SOURCE: Produce Safety and Security International, Inc.

March 08, 2007 13:30 ET

Produce Safety & Security International Takes First Steps Towards Expansion

PRESCOTT, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 8, 2007 -- Produce Safety & Security International (PINKSHEETS: PDSC), a sanitation disinfectant process supplier to the food and medical industries, announced today the leasing of a 47,688-square-foot, refrigerated warehouse as part of the company's expansion strategy. The warehouse is located at 2600 McCree Rd in Garland, TX.

Through a patented Ozone treatment, Produce Safety & Security International specializes in the removal of Pathogens from Produce and other perishables. Produce Safety & Security International provides clients with a complete audit trail for the treatment of produce, thus, providing a higher level of tracking for food borne illnesses such as salmonella, e-coli & listeria.

Produce Safety & Security International is expanding into other Texas, Florida & California cities. Their broker David Kane of the De La Vega Property Group, who represents Produce Safety & Security International in the USA & Mexico, negotiated the lease with David Sours of CB Richard Ellis. Terms of the Lease were not disclosed.

CEO Bill Karney has contracted with Derrick Coffman of Coffman Development Group for construction of all new facilities. As part of their expansion, Produce Safety & Security International is currently in negotiations with Quality International of Laredo, TX, to lease a warehouse space of approx 12,000 square feet. That facility, which will be treating imported produce, should be operational within 30-90 days.

About Produce Safety & Security International, Inc. (PDSC)

PDSC has developed and patented products for extending the shelf life of perishables. The EPA-registered products sanitize and disinfect 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. Furthermore, the process incorporates a complete audit trail, an essential component for complying with government regulations in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

PDSC's state-of-the-art ozone process has been shown to extend the shelf life and remove food borne illness bacteria. This process will provide retail produce departments reduced shrinkage, increase the bottom line and provide a fresher product for the consumer. The customer will be assured of a safe food product by use of this process, which may be used on organic produce to remove the pathogens. This process uses no chemicals thus meeting the requirements of organic certification.

For further product information, joint venture opportunities, distributorship program information, or program applications, please go to PDSC's website

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