Global Food Technologies Presents iPura® Food Safety to the Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences

HANFORD, CA and BEIJING, CHINA -- (MARKET WIRE) September 28, 2006

Global Food Technologies, Inc. ("GFT"), a U.S.-based biotech company focusing on food safety for worldwide fish processing industries, announces successful meetings with the Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences.

During meetings at the Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences (CAFS), GFT executives learned about the focus of the Academy and the potential support the Academy offers and discussed GFT's patented food safety system and its proprietary iPura™ food safety service brand. "The CAFS is a state fishery science research institution in China and it is tasked with research and high-tech industry development. We are certainly interested in aquatic products food safety and quality control," stated Li Yingren, Director, Division of Foreign Relations and Cooperation for CAFS. "Our job is to build a bridge between China and the world. We are a hub in the wheel of our industry and we can be a hub of GFT activities in China. We shall assist GFT as it approaches the industry with its innovative sciences," said Li.

Song Yi, Director of the Certification Sub-center for Fish and Fishery Product and Center for Agri-Food Quality and Safety under the Ministry of Agriculture, stated, "It takes state and local bodies to authenticate science prior to commercialization to be certain that new technology is harmonized with current standards. GFT will receive cooperation and support from the appropriate fishery agencies including the Bureau of Fisheries and the National Quality Inspection Center."

"These meetings represent major steps in doing business with the world's largest seafood market. We share the same end goal of safer seafood and it is in our joint interest to continue to work together," commented Aaron Ormond, Director of Science for GFT."

Information on China Seafood Certification Institute is available at: www.csci.org.cn
Information on National Fisheries Technical Extension Center is available at: www.agri.gov.cn

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