Natural Harmony Foods Adds Kate Geagan as Advisor And Spokesperson

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jun 2, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Natural Harmony Foods, Inc. (Pink Sheets:NHYF), a producer and marketer of unique, natural protein foods, announced today that Kate Geagan MS, RD, an award-winning dietician and nutritional consultant, has joined Natural Harmony Foods as an advisor and spokesperson. In this capacity, Geagan will assist Natural Harmony Foods in securing endorsements from various health and wellness media, as well as the interest of influential dieticians in major foodservice companies, schools, universities, and other organizations.

Geagan is co-director of IT Nutrition, a nutrition company specializing in corporate wellness programs, consulting and spokesperson work. She is a nationally renowned speaker and has worked with such companies as Sun Microsystems, Reebok International, Yankee Candle, and Citistreet to develop nutrition-related programming for their employees. She also works with numerous healthcare and wellness companies to provide nutrition services for their clients.

Geagan graduated magna cum laude from Middlebury College and received her master's degree in nutrition and health promotion from Simmons College, where she was awarded the Outstanding Student Award. She completed her dietetic internship at Idaho State University. Geagan is a member of the American Dietetic Association, founder of the Nutrition Entrepreneurs practice group in Massachusetts, and has held several leadership positions in local, state, and national dietetics.

With its popular SoyLean(R) brand, Natural Harmony Foods marries the taste and nutrition of beef, chicken and pork with the health benefits of soy. The company's trial products were introduced in 2002 in Southern Florida Publix supermarkets, where they were marketed in the fresh meat case and were the first meat products ever to gain U.S. government approval to include the soy heart health claim on their labeling.

For full commercial production, Natural Harmony Foods intends to launch a line of four products in the freezer case by mid-2004. These will include the company's signature SoyLean(R) Flame Broiled Beef Patties alongside three new patty products, SoyLean(R) Breakfast Sausage, SoyLean(R) Chicken Patties, and SoyLean(R) Beef Meatballs. The company is also introducing SoyLean(R) Chicken Strips, ideal for fajitas and stir fries.

About Natural Harmony Foods

Natural Harmony Foods, Inc. (Pink Sheets:NHYF) is an innovative food company dedicated to producing healthy, flavorful, convenient foods that fit the lifestyles of individuals looking to make better, health conscious diet choices without sacrificing taste. For more information about Natural Harmony Foods, SoyLean(R) products, and helpful Internet links, please visit NHYF Shareholders are encouraged to register on the "Investor Relations" page to receive ongoing Natural Harmony Foods news updates.

Legal Notice Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: "Forward-looking statements" as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 may be included in this news release. These statements relate to future events or our future financial performance. These statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual future results or events. Natural Harmony Foods disclaims any intention or obligation to revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise. There are important risk factors that could cause actual results to differ from those contained in forward-looking statements, including, but not limited to risks associated with changes in general economic and business conditions, actions of our competitors, the extent to which we are able to develop new services and markets for our services, the time and expense involved in such development activities, the level of demand and market acceptance of our services, and changes in our business strategies.

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