Qualsec Wholly-Owned Subsidiary Quickly Expands Distribution and Sales
WAYNE, Pa., Nov. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Qualsec’s (OTC Bulletin Board: QLSZ) (German WKN: A0YCND) wholly-owned subsidiary, VitaminSpice, has recently entered into several distribution agreements expanding distribution into parts of the east and west coasts. The VitaminSpice product line will be sold over several internet portals as well as in store shelves.
The very high appeal for this product comes from several factors. Management has secured spice supply from the premier spice regions worldwide, leading to VitaminSpice winning the Masters of Taste award (see press release of October 20, 2009). Taking the product to a new level are vitamins which are infused into the product. But making this product even more special is the micro-encapsulation process that protects the vitamins and eliminates any taste interference with the high quality spices.
The corporation’s name has been changed effective November 2, 2009 from “Qualsec” to “VitaminSpice” in the state of Wyoming. The corporation applied for a symbol change with FINRA on October 7, 2009, and we understand that the symbol change is in the final stages of approval.
VitaminSpice is uniquely positioned between the $100 billion health food/vitamin supplement industry and the multi-trillion-dollar traditional food industry. A pioneer in the emerging foodceutical industry, VitaminSpice sells vitamin- mineral- and antioxidant-infused spices and food products. Their offerings currently include Crushed Red Pepper, Ground Black Pepper, Sea Salt, Italian Seasoning, Ground Cinnamon and Granulated Garlic. A proprietary micro-encapsulation process keeps the vitamin properties locked inside–even when heated–allowing the food products to retain their full flavor.
For additional news and information on VitaminSpice, contact Doug Wetzel, at (308) 385-4991 or visit VitaminSpice.net.
VitaminSpice Safe Harbor
This News Release may contain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove correct.