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January 11th, 2006

Nutrition by Nanotech Signs Worldwide Agreement

Nutrition By Nanotech, LLC (Nutrition By Nanotech) signed a non-exclusive agreement with FranTech International Licensing, Inc. (FranTech), of Ventura, California, which grants FranTech the right to market Nutrition By Nanotech's Nanoceutical™ Delivery System through FranTech's network of agents in 220 countries to governments around the world.


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