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Golden West Biologicals, Inc. and Sunfco, Ltd. Expand Sales of Vitamin D Free Human Serum in Japan
Date:7/26/2013

60; Additional information, including the complete line of products, can be found at the company website www.goldenwestbio.com.

About Sunfco Ltd.

Sunfco Ltd. was established by the capital investments of Morinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd., Taiyo Kagaku Co., Ltd., and Kaei Trading Co., Ltd. as "Sun Friend Chemical Ltd." on March 1, 1979.  Since its founding, the company has sought to supply and develop raw material ingredients and products for the benefit of its customers through a policy of honesty and integrity.

In September 1989, the company changed its name to "Sunfco Ltd." due to a healthy expansion of its business owing to the steady patronage of its valued customers.

Based on its ability to rapidly respond to the dramatic changes of our time, the company offers unique raw material ingredients for food products, medicinal products, biotech products, health food products and other products in the fine chemicals field as well as knowledge products (intermediary services for entrusting processing services) in advancing globalization and specialization.  Additional information, including the complete line of products, can be found at the company website www.sunfco.com.

Contact:
For more information:
Golden West Biologicals, Inc.
Ward Komers
Phone: 888-690-0963
info@goldenwestbio.com
www.goldenwestbio.com

Sunfco Ltd.
Shozo Shimada
1-8-3 Kaji-cho
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 101-0044 (Kanda91 Building 8F)
TEL:+011-813-3255-2460(Main)
FAX:+011-813-3255-0787
sshimada@sunfco.com
www.sunfco.com

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