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Graminex L.L.C. Receives Approval From Health Canada

SAGINAW, MICHIGAN. October 3, 2007 - Graminex L.L.C., the producer of Graminex™ Flower Pollen Extract receives approval from Health Canada for importation of PollenAid™ and Prostanex™ for the nutraceutical and functional food industries.

Approval by Health Canada assures our customers that Graminex™ is committed to maintaining its position as a reliable supplier of non solvent extracted Flower Pollen Products to Canada.

Over the past ten years Graminex L.L.C. has established itself as a leader in the international dietary supplement industry. Located in Deshler, Ohio, the Graminex facility and warehouse manages more than 5,000 acres of farmland in Northwest Ohio, on which organic active ingredients for dietary supplement and pharmaceutical industries are grown and harvested. Graminex supplies bulk ingredients and finished goods to the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries and markets its own line of dietary supplements, mainly focusing in the area of prostate care, antioxidant and immunological support. The sales strategy for the company is global in scope. Partnered with its distributors, Graminex products are sold in more than 44 countries on six continents.

“Graminex is pleased to have received these latest approvals from Health Canada. These approvals make it possible to deliver the highest quality flower pollen products with world–class service and support to our Canadian distributors and partners. We look forward to continued market growth in Canada”, stated Cynthia R. May, CEO.

For further information please contact Graminex L.L.C. at (989) 797-5502. You may also visit

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