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Aveka Nutra Processing proudly begins producing products from Z Trim Holdings, Inc.
Date:11/12/2012

MUNDELEIN, Ill., Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Z Trim Holdings, Inc. (OTC Markets: ZTHO – News), a bio-technology company providing value-added ingredients to a variety of industries, today announced that its toll manufacturer, Aveka Nutra Processing ("ANP"), has begun producing products for Z Trim Holdings, Inc. ("ZTH"). 

ZTH and ANP entered into a tolling agreement last year, providing that ANP would build a facility capable of producing a minimum of 100,000 pounds per month of Z Trim ingredients, with the capability of scaling up to 1 million pounds per month. 

"As unique as Z Trim ingredients are to the food and energy industries, they are equally unique to manufacturing," said ZTH CEO, Steve Cohen. "We are extremely happy to have ANP as a business partner, as they bring a tremendous amount of manufacturing experience and know-how to the table. Our growth as a Company has always been dependent upon our ability to grow our manufacturing capabilities, and this is a monumental step forward."

Kyle Hanah, ZTH's VP of Technology, said, "This is great news for all of our customers, existing and new. With ANP now on-line, we feel confident we can fulfill all their current needs and continue to grow as they implement Z Trim ingredients into more of their product categories. Our sales and distributor teams can now be empowered to take on the whole marketplace and really show how Z Trim Ingredients can help manufacturers make better finished products at lower costs."

Dr. Willie Hendrickson, founder and CEO of ANP, stated, "This is a great accomplishment for both ANP and ZTH. We know that ZTH has technologies and products that are truly unique, and we are happy to be in a position to help them grow their business. The sky is the limit."ABOUT Z TRIM®

Z Trim Holdings, Inc. (www.ztrim.com) is a bio-technology company that owns existing, and has develop
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