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Low Acid Coffee Backed By Scientific Research
Date:3/27/2008

WOODLAND, Calif., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Puroast(R) Low Acid Coffee has conducted both chemistry and consumer research to confirm its claims that its great tasting, gourmet coffee provides symptom relief for those with stomach problems caused by their morning brew. Puroast(R) achieves this without extractions, substitutes or additives; it uses a natural process that helps ensure the full-bodied taste.

Prior chemistry research at University of California, Davis found Puroast(R) to have less than half the acid of all other commercial coffees. The company now announces first stage results of consumer research that shows nearly 90% of those tested experienced symptom relief when drinking Puroast(R) Low Acid Coffee.

"This is important research for both our company and the consumer," observed Kerry Sachs, co-founder of Puroast(R) Low-Acid Coffee. "When you combine these scientific studies with market data that indicates there are several million consumers who have stomach discomfort from coffee drinking, it's clear Puroast(R) has explosive market potential and delivers a strong consumer benefit."

Arthur R. Euler, MD, a gastroenterologist who directed Glaxo's Zantac(R) Clinical Development Unit, conducted a survey of 250 consumers who came to Puroast(R)'s website looking for a solution to their coffee-related gastrointestinal symptoms. Zantac(R) is a drug used to treat upper gastrointestinal symptoms and is often prescribed by primary care doctors. This research's objective was to evaluate Puroast(R) Low Acid Coffee's effect on these stomach symptoms.

"Our study asked consumers to brew and drink Puroast(R), then compare the symptoms that developed, if any, versus symptoms that developed when they drank other brands of coffee," states Dr. Euler. The survey also asked the participant to evaluate Puroast(R)'s taste. "88% of respondents stated Puroast(R) provided relief of their gut symptoms caused by coffee, and 95% said they would purchas
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