SOURCE: NutriOne Corporation

March 12, 2007 10:30 ET

NutriOne Announces Successful Plant Production Trial for Both Chilled Extended Shelf Life and Shelf Stable Milk

OTTAWA, ON--(Marketwire - March 12, 2007) - NutriOne Corp. (PINKSHEETS: NNCP) www.nutrione.org announced today that with its Canadian Licensee, Dairy Fresh Farms Inc. (OTCBB: DYFR), www.dairyfresh.ca has successfully completed extensive plant production trials in Toronto to produce both a Chilled Extended Shelf Life (75 day) and Shelf Stable Milk (8 months).

"We are proud to report that our Licensee has successfully produced its Dairy Fresh Farms Milk products in both an extended and shelf stable package. This will greatly improve the company's ability to service the grocery store market and food services industry in Canada," stated Ian Morrice, CEO of NutriOne. This point is reiterated by Rob Harrison, CEO of Dairy Fresh Farms. "Because of the geographic distance constraints in bringing a new product to market in Canada the ability to utilize the longer shelf life packaging techniques will allow Dairy Fresh to market our products from the Atlantic to the Pacific in an organized and efficient manner. Furthermore, the milk retains all of its nutritional value and great taste!"

About NutriOne

NutriOne Corp. is an American corporation established to develop a unique, functional food process for the North American and global consumer. With an ever-increasing active population focusing on healthier life styles, there has been a worldwide emergence of a new category of food products referred to as "functional foods." Within functional foods are nutraceuticals which use natural ingredients to add health benefits and help prevent disease. The most common examples include milk fortified with Omega-6 and Omega-3, calcium and vitamin D. The global market for functional foods is estimated to have reached $95 billion USD in 2006. Consumers are just beginning to become aware of these fabulous foods. Further to this NutriOne was established to develop, manufacture and sub-license additives to improve the nutritive qualities and functional food values for finished products in the food and beverage industries. The process relates to the production of enhanced baked goods, confectionary, dairy and pet foods.

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