Sabinsa Corporation Settles Patent Infringement Lawsuit with Archer Daniels Midland

PISCATAWAY, N.J., October 3, 2006 - Sabinsa Corporation, a manufacturer and supplier of high quality herbal extracts, cosmeceuticals, minerals and specialty fine chemicals, today announced that it has settled a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), which charged that Sabinsa's GENIMAX(R) soy-based isoflavone products infringed on ADM's patented technology. As part of the settlement, Sabinsa agreed that ADM's patents were valid and enforceable, and that the company's GENIMAX products infringed on those patents. However, both parties agreed that Sabinsa's infringement was unintentional and not willful.

"Sabinsa is a company recognized for its commitment to the development and protection of legitimate intellectual property and would not knowingly infringe on another company's patent," stated Todd Norton, president, Sabinsa Corporation. "We are pleased that we were able to reach this resolution quickly, and appreciate how ADM handled this matter."

Sabinsa Corporation, founded in 1988, is a manufacturer and supplier of herbal extracts, cosmeceuticals, minerals and specialty fine chemicals. Sabinsa's mission is to provide alternative and complementary natural products for human nutrition and well-being.

Over the past nine years, Sabinsa has brought to market more than 30 standardized botanical extracts and privately funded several clinical studies in conjunction with prestigious institutions in support of these products. With more than 100 scientists working full time conducting ongoing research both in India and the United States, Sabinsa continues to develop and patent phytonutrients for the world market. All products intended for human consumption are certified Kosher. For more information visit

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