Cardinal Nutrition Hires Dennis H. Walker as Regional Sales Manager

VANCOUVER, Wash., August 10, 2005— Cardinal Nutrition, the world’s leading
manufacturer of methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), announced that it has hired Dennis H. Walker to
manage sales activities in the western United States, and has reassigned some key territories among
its sales staff.

Walker, who is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, brings 25 years of sales, marketing and
management experience to Cardinal Nutrition, including 17 years of experience at a top U.S.
pharmaceutical firm. He holds a bachelor of science in public relations and advertising from the
University of Utah, and has lived in the Salt Lake City area for more than 30 years.

"Dennis’s industry experience and track record greatly enhance the professional support
services we provide to our business partners in the U.S.," said Wayne McCune, vice president of
sales and marketing. "His experience, location and ability to identify and capture market
opportunities are perfectly suited to serve the evolving needs of our clients."

Walker has been assigned accounts in Utah, California, Nevada and Arizona. Cardinal
Nutrition also has reassigned the central U.S. territory to Brian Peotter, who has been a sales
manager for the company for more than five years. Peotter is based in the Midwest.

Cardinal Nutrition operates the world’s only facility solely dedicated to production of
licensed MSM, a key nutraceutical used to support joint health and immune function. It is also the
only MSM production facility that is NNFA-GMP-certified. Cardinal Nutrition’s branded ingredient,
U.S.-made OptiMSM®, is always distilled for purity and supplied to quality manufacturers in global
markets. OptiMSM is the only brand sold under license to worldwide R.J. Herschler MSM patents.

For information on Cardinal Nutrition or OptiMSM, call 1.888.733.5676 or visit

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Contact: Jane Duvauchelle
(360) 693-1883
(888) 733-5676
[email protected]

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