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Neptune Technologies and Marine Life Sciences enter worldwide distribution alliance with Weider Global Nutrition
Date:9/25/2008

er is a partner of choice for Marine Life Sciences and Neptune, because of its leadership position in the health and fitness industry with brand recognition and impeccable reputation in more than 120 countries," said Dr. Toni Rinow, Corporate Development and Investor Relations of Neptune.

NKO(R) is a proprietary phospholipid omega-3 composition extracted from Antarctic Krill and patented for its extraction process, composition and for its medicinal use. NKO(R)'s safety and health benefits have been demonstrated by clinical studies in hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol), premenstrual syndroms, inflammation and arthritic disease. The development of several functional food product lines as well as pharmaceutical product opportunities for three pharmaceutical markets including the over-the-counter, the prescription medical food and prescription drug market are currently underway.

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About Neptune

Neptune researches and develops proprietary bioactive ingredients and products for nutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications and is carrying out clinical research to show the therapeutic benefits in various medical indications. The Company patents and protects its innovations and continuously expands its intellectual property portfolio. Neptune has already obtained many regulatory approvals allowing commercialization of its products in various geographic markets and has filed for and is expecting additional approvals. Neptune continues to strongly support its strategic development plan to form partnership with worldwide leaders in the nutraceutical industries. Neptune signed agreements with Nestle and Yoplait, worldwide leading food manufacturers, and paved its entrance into the global functional food market.

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