"The Immune Booster Bar is formulated and ready for packaging and distribution. This product represents the Company's first entry into the functional food market. The formulator of this product also developed Clif Bar, a popular organic energy bar with annual sales of $100 Million plus. Doug Shannon, the marketer for Immune Booster Bar, has a successful track record working with companies like eFoodSafety.com. As President and owner of Golden Pacific, Mr. Shannon’s responsibilities include managing sales and marketing for small to medium size companies as well as assisting new companies to bring their product to market. Over the past 20 years, some of the brands managed by Golden Pacific include Mexi-Snax tortilla chips, Mrs. Fields, Nana’s Cookies, Pace Foods, and TCBY."
If the following were true, why haven't we ever seen anything. The huge problem that I see EFSF as having is that they make very large statements in print....and there is a distinct lack of follow through and or ability to verify if the information is true....This continues to be of huge concern.
So the question still is "what the hell about this?"
"The USDA has agreed to allow the Company to use its endorsements and its report to support its claims. This report, expected to be released in early 2007, will disclose that after extensive testing, the USDA has determined that this product is the only product capable of eradicating nematodes without damaging the plant. Management anticipates that it will soon be signing a licensing agreement with the USDA on this novel, patent pending technology for combating plant nematodes. Additionally, the Company has a meeting with a major chemical company that has great interest in this product once the USDA report is released. To be conservative, we have chosen to exclude any revenue assumptions related to sales of this product from our earnings model."