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Nutrastar Signs First Distributor for New Cordyceps Powder Solution Product, Expands Reach to Central China
Date:7/31/2014

HARBIN, China, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nutrastar International Inc. (OTCQB: NUIN; "Nutrastar" or the "Company"), a leading producer and supplier of premium branded consumer products, including commercially cultivated Cordyceps Militaris ("Cordyceps"), health beverages and organic and specialty foods, today announced the signing of its first distributor for its new Cordyceps powder solution product and its expansion to Hubei Province located in the eastern part of Central China.

The contract with the new distributor, Hubei Quandu Aiwan Health Industry Co., Ltd. ("Aiwan") was signed on July 16, 2014 and is for an initial period of one year (subject to additional extension or renewal thereafter) with a commitment of up to RMB 20 million per year (US $3.2 million) for the Cordyceps' powder solution product only. Introduced by Beijing MLTH Fortune Investment Management Co., Ltd. (MLTH), the strategic investor that participated in the Company's June 2014 private transaction, Aiwan distributes healthcare related products throughout the region.

Through the new distributor, Nutrastar's premium Cordyceps powder solution product will be distributed to targeted specialty nutraceuticals stores and supermarkets. The soluble Cordyceps product will come in a 140g per box size and will be used as a nutritional supplement for health-conscious consumers "on-the-go".

Hubei, a province with a 2010 population of approximately 57 million, is known to support industries that include automobiles, machinery, power generation, and high-tech commodities. Wuhan, the provincial capital and largest city with a 2010 population of approximately 9.8 million, is a major transportation thoroughfare and the political, cultural, and economic hub of Central China.

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