Kiwa Bio-Tech Receives Organic Products Certification

BEIJING and CLAREMONT, Calif., Aug 04, 2008 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Corporation (KWBT) announces that Kiwa Bio-Tech Products (Shandong) Co., Ltd. (Kiwa Shandong) has received an Organic Products Certificate from the China Organic Food Certification Center (COFCC).

After a two-month period of examination, verification and appraisal of Kiwa Shandong's products, the China Organic Food Certification Center issued an Organic Products Certificate to Kiwa Shandong on July 18. COFCC is the specialized agency under the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture to propel the development of organic agriculture and to be engaged in authentication and management of organic food and the organic food industry. Moreover, it is the first national organic food qualification agency authorized and structured by the Certification and Accreditation Administration of the Peoples Republic of China (Grant No. CNCA-R-2002-100), and has acquired recognition by the China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (Registration No. CNAS C115-0).

Mr. Wei Li, Chairman and CEO of Kiwa, stated, "Kiwa Shandong is the second fertilizer manufacturing enterprise in Shandong Province of China, that has acquired Organic Products Certification. With this certification, orders for our organic fertilizer products should increase, and boost Kiwa Shandong's sales volume."

The Company develops, manufactures, distributes and markets innovative, cost-effective, and environmentally safe bio-technological products for agricultural and natural resources and environmental conservation. The Company's products are designed to enhance the quality of human life by increasing the value, quality and productivity of crops and decreasing the negative environmental impact of chemicals and other wastes. For more information about the Company, please review documents filed with the SEC ( or visit the Company's website at .

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