Immunotec Inc.
TSX CROISSANCE : IMM
TSX VENTURE : IMM

Immunotec Inc.

June 29, 2007 09:15 ET

Financial information for the quarter and the six month period ended April 30, 2007

VAUDREUIL-DORION, QC, June 29 - Immunotec Inc. (TSX: IMM)
(the "Company" or "Immunotec"), is engaged primarily in the development,
manufacturing and marketing of health and wellness products which are
classified as dietary supplements or natural health products. These products
are distributed and sold in Canada and the United States through a network
marketing system and in other countries under exclusive distributorship
agreements.

Since Immunotec Research Ltd. realized a reverse take-over transaction
(the "RTO") with Magistral Biotech Inc. completed on January 23, 2007, the
financial information contained in Immunotec's consolidated unaudited
financial statements for the second quarter ended April 30, 2007 is a
combination of the results of operations of Immunotec Inc. (formerly Magistral
Biotech Inc.) and of Immunotec Research Ltd. The comparative consolidated
figures for the quarter ended April 30, 2006 are from Immunotec Research Ltd.
since, for accounting purposes, Immunotec Inc. is considered to be a
continuation of Immunotec Research Ltd.

For the six-month period ended April 30, 2007, net sales were $17,490,299
($8,835,156 for the quarter) compared to $19,784,582 ($10,157,573 for the
quarter) for the corresponding period of 2006. The Company's net sales have
decreased compared to the previous year. This decrease mainly reflects a drop
in volume during the six month period in Canada of $1,541,765 and in the
United States of $832,622 offset by higher sales of $80,104 to other
countries.

For the second quarter ended April 30, 2007, net sales showed a decrease
of 13.0% compared to 2006. Both the Canadian and US markets resulted in a
decrease in net sales of approximately 14.6%, whereas, sales to other
countries increased by 7.2%. An important factor contributing to this decrease
in sales was the classification of certain products as taxable items effective
May 1, 2006. As a result, a number of distributors and customers increased
their purchases by approximately $600,000 in April 2006 to benefit from the
non-taxable status of these products.

For the six-month period ended April 30, 2007, cost of sales as a
percentage of net sales was 17.0% (18.1% for the quarter), compared to 16.6%
(17.6% for the quarter) for the corresponding periods of 2006. The increase in
the cost of sales percentage to net sales, for these periods, resulted from
the sales mix of products.

Sales incentives are the largest operating expenses of the Company and
depend directly on the sales volume of each independent distributor. Sales
incentives include both commissions related to commissionable net sales and
various incentives which can be earned by independent distributors.

Sales incentives were 41.6% of net sales for the six-month period ended
April 30, 2007 (41.1% for the quarter), compared to 42.0% (41.3% for the
quarter) of net sales for the corresponding period of 2006. This decrease in
sales incentives results from increased sales in other countries in relation
to sales in Canada and the United States since sales incentives are assumed by
the exclusive distributors in each country from their own product sales.

The selling, general and administrative expenses were $5,853,380 for the
six-month period ended April 30, 2007 ($2,958,419 for the quarter), compared
to $5,322,970 ($2,609,701) for the corresponding period of 2006, representing
an increase of 10.0% (13.4% for the quarter). The increase is largely
attributable to expenses relating to the RTO, its new Board of Directors and
stock option compensation.

Net earnings were $930,828 for the six-month period ended April 30, 2007
($425,065 for the quarter), compared to $1,925,638 ($1,032,720) for the
corresponding period of 2006. The decrease is largely attributable to the
decline in net sales and additional costs related to the RTO which includes
stock option compensation of $307,672 ($209,634 for the quarter), a non-cash
expense.

FINANCIAL SITUATION AND LIQUIDITY

As at April 30, 2007, the Company had a cash position of $1,736,703
compared to $982,484 as at April 30, 2006. At the end of the quarter the
working capital was $3,542,682 with a ratio of 1.75 compared to a working
capital of $2,565,312 with a ratio of 1.72 as at October 31, 2006.

OUTLOOK

Immunotec benefits from a solid balance sheet, skilled and motivated
employees, well established suppliers, repeat customers and a dedicated
network of distributors. Management believes that the new measures and sales
and marketing initiatives being implemented will help increase sales in the
next two quarters.

Management is of the opinion, that its investment in current research in
such areas as cancer cachexia, prostate health, aging and aging related
conditions will enable Immunotec to produce and bring to market more value
added products which will continue to differentiate its products from
competing products.

Immunotec, following recommendations from its Product Development
Committee, is constantly developing new products that are appropriate for its
health and wellness markets.

At the end of May, the Company held its Annual Distributor Event in
Scottsdale, Arizona and launched the following two new products.



a) Vitamin/Mineral Supplement with Chlorella (USA and Canada) a natural
source of micronutrients and Resveratrol (Canada). This new product
also contains optimal dosage of vitamin D; studies suggest vitamin D
deficiency may explain higher cancer rates

b) Omega-3 with Turmeric, research has convincingly shown the potential
benefits of omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) to:

- Promote optimal cardiovascular health
- Support proper brain and neural development
- Maintain good joint health
- Help retain normal blood pressure & triglyceride levels
- Support immune system function
- Support breast, colon, and prostate health


Turmeric shows exciting promise due to its anti-inflammatory activity and
antioxidant properties. The potential effect of turmeric on neurodegenerative
diseases such as Alzheimer's may help account for the active lives enjoyed by
so many Asian Indians.



FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

2007 2006
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Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter
2 1 4 3 2 1
April January October July April January
30, 31, 31, 31, 30, 31,
2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006
($000) ($000) ($000) ($000) ($000) ($000)
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Net Sales 8,835 8,655 8,581 8,543 10,158 9,627
Cost of Sales 1,601 1,368 1,484 1,460 1,788 1,489
Sales
Incentives 3,628 3,642 3,501 3,458 4,193 4,121
Selling,
General and
Administrative 2,958 2,895 2,684 2,309 2,610 2,713
Earnings before
income taxes 648 750 921 1,316 1,567 1,304
Net Earnings 425 506 640 883 1,033 893
Net Earnings
per share:
Basic 0.006 0.008 0.010 0.013 0.015 0.013
Diluted 0.006 0.007 0.010 0.013 0.015 0.013
Average number
shares (000) (000) (000) (000) (000) (000)
Basic 69,994 62,870 64,851 66,924 66,924 66,924
Diluted 69,994 68,326 66,924 66,924 66,924 66,924
Cash Dividends
Declared
($000) - - 441 - 1,592 -
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As at As at As at
April 30, January 31, October 31,
2007 2007 2006
Unaudited Unaudited Audited
($) ($) ($)
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Total Assets 20,812,502 21,854,553 15,195,570

Long Term Liabilities:
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Class A shares redeemable
at the option of the holder - - 11,325,000

Future Income Taxes - 328,673 246,590
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- 328,673 11,571,590
Shareholders' Equity:
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Share Capital 3,465,548 3,465,548 1,700
Contributed surplus 11,326,406 11,326,406 1,706
Other Capital-Stock Options 307,672 98,038 -
Retained Earnings 1,002,879 577,814 72,051
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FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS

Certain statements included in this press release contain forward looking
information about Immunotec's future financial position, operating results and
sales. They may be based on market expectations, management opinions and
assumptions. Such information involves significant risks and uncertainties
that are difficult to predict and rely on assumptions that may prove
inaccurate. Actual results and events may differ materially from these forward
looking statements.

ABOUT IMMUNOTEC

Immunotec operates out of a 37,000 square foot facility located in
Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec, Canada as well as a manufacturing facility located
in Blainville, Quebec, Canada and a distribution centre located in Swanton,
Vermont, USA. Immunotec is engaged primarily in the development and marketing
of dietary supplements, food, vitamins, personal care products and natural
health products, some of which are manufactured on its behalf by third
parties. Immunotec's products are distributed and sold in Canada and the
United States through a network marketing system and in other countries under
exclusive distributorship agreements.

Contact Information

  • Richard Patte, CA, Executive Vice-President and
    Chief Financial Officer, (450) 510-4445