SOURCE: PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc.

PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc.

June 29, 2011 09:00 ET

PacificHealth Laboratories Hires New Ecommerce Manager

MATAWAN, NJ--(Marketwire - Jun 29, 2011) - PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc. (OTCQB: PHLI), a nutrition technology company, today announced that it has hired Jason Danzi to manage the Company's ecommerce business. Fred Duffner, CEO and President of PacificHealth Laboratories, said, "Jason's full time responsibilities will include expanding our social media presence and growing our ecommerce revenues."

Jason has a successful 10-year track record in online marketing which includes launching, growing, and selling his own ecommerce business. He has also served as a consultant to a number of national companies in helping them define and implement successful Internet strategies.

Fred Duffner continued, "A key objective this year was to aggressively grow our Internet sales. To that end in April we re-launched our new web site with changes that improved the shopping experience of our customers and implemented a new search engine optimization plan. Ecommerce represents the fastest growing segment of our business and with the addition of Jason, we can expand our efforts in this area that we feel confident will also drive our retail business."

About PacificHealth:
PacificHealth Laboratories, Inc. (OTCQB: PHLI), a leading nutrition technology company, has been a pioneer in discovering, developing and commercializing patented, protein-based nutritional products that stimulate specific peptides involved in appetite regulation and that activate biochemical pathways involved in muscle performance and growth. PHLI's principal areas of focus include sports performance and weight loss. To learn more, visit www.pacifichealthlabs.com.

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