EnWave Corporation
TSX VENTURE : ENW
FRANKFURT : E4U

EnWave Corporation

February 28, 2008 12:19 ET

EnWave Partner Begins Commercial Testing of Innovative Food Dehydration Technology at Richmond, B.C. Blueberry Plant

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 28, 2008) - EnWave Corporation (TSX VENTURE:ENW)(FRANKFURT:E4U) ("EnWave" or "the Company") today announced that after a successful test period at their Vancouver laboratory, the Company's first continuous unit using its proprietary food dehydration technology has been installed in a commercial food processing facility in Richmond, B.C. to test large-scale production capabilities.

Richmond-based blueberry producer, CAL-SAN Enterprises, Ltd., has installed a continuous nutraREV unit in their food processing plant to dehydrate blueberries for sale and delivery throughout North America. The continuous nutraREV process incorporates the features and benefits from smaller batch units sold by EnWave in the past, into a larger, commercial-scale production line. CAL-SAN will test the machine's ability to dehydrate blueberries at a commercial production rate of 100 kilograms of dried berries per hour.

nutraREV uses proprietary Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) technology developed at the University of British Columbia to dehydrate fruits and vegetables. Smaller nutraREV batch units have demonstrated significant commercial benefits by providing food producers with a production process that is faster and more cost-effective than current dehydration techniques such as freeze-drying and air-drying. Expertise provided by CAL-SAN will assist EnWave in determining the specific benefits of the Company's new technology over these other techniques in a commercial setting.

"Dehydrating fruits on a cost-effective basis using nutraREV technology could provide CAL-SAN with an entirely new product line," said Dave Sandhu, President of CAL-SAN Enterprises, Ltd. "This technology could be a valuable addition to our business enabling our company to expand its product offerings to customers."

"The start up of our first commercially designed nutraREV technology is a significant milestone for EnWave," said John McNicol, President and Co-CEO of EnWave Corporation. "Following a successful test period, EnWave intends to market the nutraREV technology to the food industry by establishing a strategic alliance with a globally positioned builder and supplier of food dehydration equipment."

Results from the commercial-scale test are expected in Q3, 2008.

About CAL-SAN Enterprises

CAL-SAN Enterprises Ltd. is a blueberry and cranberry farming and processing operation, privately owned by the Sandhu family, and headquartered in Richmond, B.C. The 15 year old company has over 200 acres in production, along with a new 30,000 square foot facility capable of processing up to 7 million pounds of fruit annually. In 2007, the Company's new fruit winery, SANDUZ Estate Wines, was selected as the Best New Business of the Year by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce.

About EnWave

Using proprietary technologies developed in conjunction with the University of British Columbia, EnWave is focused on the development of new methods of dehydrating biological materials using Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) technology under its bioREV and nutraREV brands. REV technology combines radiant energy transfer with pressure control to dehydrate and alter structures and drive chemical reactions, thereby creating unique product characteristics for both food products and medical applications that include dry vaccines. More information about EnWave is available at www.enwave.net.

EnWave Corporation

Mr. John McNicol, President & Co-CEO

This press release may contain forward-looking information based on management's expectations, estimates and projections. All statements that address expectations or projections about the future, including statements about the Company's strategy for growth, product development, market position, expected expenditures and financial results are forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statement in this press release includes: "intends to". These statements are not a guarantee of future performance and involve a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions: there is no guarantee that the Company's nutraREV technology can or will improve processes in the food industry; even if the Company's nutraREV technology can be used as described in this document, there is no guarantee that such use will result in orders for the Company's nutraREV technology.

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