Impact Fusion International completes geographic market test of Intact Digest

Impact Fusion International (PINKSHEETS: IFUS) announced today it has successfully completed a limited geographic market test for Intact Digest™ with several retail vitamin stores re-ordering on a monthly basis. Sales volumes continue to increase based on a page advertisement in LifeExtension magazine and a 30 minute weekly local radio broadcast which can be heard at www.intactnutrition.com.

"This validates the customer acceptance of the Intact Digest™ product with Nutri-Mastic™. Our management team is in the process of developing and advertising co-operative programs for new distribution on a region by region market basis as we expand our distribution throughout North America," stated Peter Versace, President.

"Our management team has reached its targets under budget and ahead of schedule," stated Marc Walther, CEO. "To date we have accomplished the following:

-- Created new packaging with newly designed labels. -- Launched our new E-commerce website. -- Contracted with award winning fulfillment company, Mercury Fulfillment for distribution to wholesale and retail customers. -- Developed new suppliers with 13 new products using Nutri-Mastic™ for a $63 billion wellness market. -- Entered a $700 million energy shot market with Mastic Blast™ with the guidance of Boost Management, LLC which has vast experienced in the energy shot market. -- Developed an energy protein drink while securing an endorsement from Ken Davidson, retired NFL star, for Intact Sports and Fitness products. -- Ordered inventory that moves us to profitability. -- Filed current financials and successfully restructured the corporation with a viable business plan that will provide a strong future in the health and wellness market sector."

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Impact Fusion International, Inc.

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