SOURCE: Produce Safety & Security International, Inc.

January 24, 2006 07:00 ET

Produce Safety & Security International Inc. Establishes an SOP for New Ozone Monitoring Program

PRESCOTT, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 24, 2006 -- Produce Safety & Security International Inc. (OTC: PDSC), a sanitation disinfectant process supplier to the food and medical industries, has established a new SOP for Global Inspection Service to provide real-time testing results for ozone concentration levels providing (PDSC) food safety program a continuous real-time audit.

Clarence W. Karney, CEO of PDSC, states: "This ozone monitoring program will provide the fresh produce, meat, poultry, seafood and processed foods industry with a continuous monitoring program for the level of ozone concentration at each stage of processing program. This process will allow our clients to provide a safer work environment for the employees, reducing the chance of accident thus reducing risk for the insurance companies, providing a cost savings. This is a step forward for our company to provide Risk Reduction for our clients and will provide food safe products for the consumer."

The Global Inspection Service program will provide a complete audit program for all food safety processes providing the consumer with a food safe product. This process will provide transportation, distribution, retail chains, food service and government agencies a complete food safe audit trail.

Produce Safety & Security International, Inc. will begin this program by late February, providing our clients in the export & import business, retail chains, restaurants and distribution centers a food safe product.

About Produce Safety and Security International, Inc.

Produce Safety & Security International, Inc. has developed and patented EPA registered products for extending the shelf life of perishables by sanitizing and disinfecting against food-borne illness pathogens and disease-causing bacteria. PDSC provides a range of options for retail stores, restaurants, cruise ship lines, disaster cleanups and municipal programs, ensuring a complete audit trail imperative in complying with government regulations. For more information please visit

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