Larex Announces 'Superior' Rating From AIB Audit

White Bear Lake, Minnesota - September 30, 2003-- Larex, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received its third consecutive "Superior" rating from the American Institute of Baking (AIB) International Food Safety Auditors.

Larex produces Larch Arabinogalactan, (AG), a GRAS, functional ingredient for human and animal nutritional health, personal care and bio-medical markets from its state-of-the-art, 20,000 square foot manufacturing facility located in Minnesota.

"Achieving the Superior rating from AIB for a third consecutive time demonstrates our strong commitment to providing high quality, safe, ingredients to our customers and consumers," stated Bo Nickoloff, CEO and President of Larex.

Nickoloff further stated that, "As we have demonstrated with our AG product line, we will continue to produce and provide all current and future ingredients under the highest standards required not only by our customers,
but also by our employees." "Maintaining a Superior rated facility is one
of the main objectives of our technical and manufacturing teams. We pride ourselves on producing ingredients that our customers know are safe, proven, and of the highest quality," stated Richard Faulkner, Vice President of Manufacturing.

Larex Incorporated, with headquarters in White Bear Lake and manufacturing in Cohasset, Minnesota, is the exclusive worldwide vertically integrated manufacturer of its flagship compound Larch Arabinogalactan (AG), a natural polysaccharide extracted from already harvested Larch trees. Larex's Larch Arabinogalactan (AG) compound offers many important benefits in a number of health science and consumer applications. AG products provide multifunctional properties either in stand-alone products or when combined with other ingredients to enhance product performance.

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