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    FoodEssentials and ITEN

    We are very proud to annouce that we recently passed the ITEN Mock Angel program.  
    This is added to our Arch Grants award and certificate of  completion of the Capital Innovators Program.  All of which have been extremely valuable in not only preparing us for what lies ahead, but also for integrating in the St. Louis Technology and Entrepreneurial community.
    With each new program we get a step closer to our goals as a business and learn how to better leverage the extensive support network in St. Louis.  We are winning suppport of advisors and industry experts while continually getting product validation.
    The icing on the cake is that we were also recently announced in the ITEN TOP TEN as one of the top technology startups in 2012.  We came in at 6 along with other top companies as Yurbuds, Aisle411, Norse, Multicoreware and Lockerdome, among others.
    We are extremely proud to be part of this growing community and look forward to watching its progress over the next few months and years.

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