JOHNSTON, R.I. and BLUE ISLAND, Ill., Dec 22, 2004 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Micro Laboratories, Inc. (MLAR) and V-Net Beverage, Inc. (Pink Sheets: VNTB) have signed an agreement to develop a MicroSpray(R) brand line that incorporates Allicin (an aqueous extract of allicin, extracted from garlic), into a maximum absorption nutrient through a sublingual spray delivery system. Upon successful completion and testing of this product, V-Net Beverage will market the product through their distribution channels. Robert Corr, president of V-Net Beverage Inc., states that, "The patented delivery system MicroSpray uses will be the new effective way to deliver Allicin, and with my 30 years of retailing and manufacturing health and nutritional products, will position Micro Labs' MicroSpray products throughout V-Net's network of existing distributors."
Todd Davis, CEO of Micro Labs, stated, "MicroSpray will be the preferred method of ingesting vitamins and nutrients, revolutionizing the nutraceutical market for adults, children and pet care." When MicroSpray's patented product is sprayed under the tongue it becomes the most efficient, effective and convenient way to consume vitamins. MicroSpray vitamins and minerals utilize a unique delivery system that provides the consumer with a nutrient retention rate of approximately 90%. Micro Laboratories' MicroSpray's products contain vitamin B-12 and water-soluble calcium as well. All of the vitamins used in MicroSpray products are water-soluble and easily absorbed by the body.
V-Net Beverages is the licensed marketing agent for Rush Herbal Cola(TM), Ginseng Rush(TM), Ginseng Rush XXX(TM) and Allimax Nutraceutical Water(TM) (http://www.allimax.us).
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