Barrington Foods International, Inc. Introduces a New Soy Rice Blend

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 7, 2002--Barrington Foods International, Inc. (OTCBB: BFII) announced today that it is introducing a new soy rice powder blend under its trade name "Pride and Soy Plus Rice." The soy/rice milk powder will be sold in a 600 gram (21.2 oz) can, using organic Non-GMO soybeans. Each can will make 10 quarts (2.5 gallons).

We are excited to debut our new soy rice blend to our already superior Pride and Soy product line. The health benefits of specific compounds found in Soy Beans are well documented throughout the world. These compounds contain powerful antioxidants that help fight disease and aging. Soy protein has been proven to lower and stabilize cholesterol levels and can be effective in preventing heart disease. The subtle blend of rice and soy provides a smooth, refreshing taste, softening the bean flavor while maintaining its nutritional integrity. Rice fibers offer exceptional nutritional value, including trace minerals and 70 natural antioxidants.

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