Verdure Sciences Named Newest Member of United Natural Products Alliance

SALT LAKE CITY, June 18, 2008 - The United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA) is pleased to announce its newest member, Verdure Sciences. UNPA is made up of 34 member companies committed to the excellence and advancement of the global dietary industry.

"Verdure Sciences' company mission is directly aligned with that of UNPA; to promote safe and effective natural products supported by scientific validation," stated Loren Israelsen, Executive Director of UNPA. "We are pleased to welcome them as part of our organization and look forward to joining forces to continue to improve the integrity of the global dietary supplement industry."

Verdure Sciences was admitted in part because of the company's advanced research model and platform in India that draws on the deep tradition of natural medicines, which utilizes advanced technologies to speed the development of clinically superior, proprietary, all- natural complexes.

Ajay Patel, President of Verdure Sciences added, "We feel our dedication to supply sustainable, well-researched raw materials offers UNPA keen insight into various aspects of the supplement industry. We truly look forward to this collaboration."

About UNPA:
United Natural Products Alliance,, is a trade organization representing many of the world's leading dietary supplement companies. Founded in Utah in 1991, UNPA was instrumental in the passage of the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) and continues to take a leadership position in regulatory issues and industry best practices.

About Verdure Sciences:
Verdure Sciences,, strives to offer the most innovative bionutritionals through the integration of proprietary offerings, expertise and consummate resources. With the main focus on research and production capabilities, an extensive pipeline of clinically studied products is geared to the needs of general populations and subpopulations with special health concerns.

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