DORAL, FL, March 7, 2012 – Ocean Par announced it will debut 63 Vital Minerals®, its first bottled beverage created with purified ocean water to be sold in the United States, at the Natural Foods Expo West, March 9-11, 2012, in Anaheim, CA. 63 Vital Minerals® nourishes the body with 63 micro-nutrients, or six times more than the 10-12 trace minerals some bottled waters contain.

63 Vital Minerals® is harvested from the ocean miles off the coast of Brazil and Ocean Par’s proprietary process leaves a pure drinking water with the vital trace minerals the body needs, no pathogens and nothing added. The result is a clean, natural taste, free from salts and impurities with no aroma or aftertaste. 63 Vital Minerals®, is available as still and premium sparkling water.

“Today’s health conscious consumers expect more from the food and beverages they buy,” says Richard Watson of Sherling Enterprises, LLC, the 63 Vital Minerals® trade representative in the United States. “They prefer an all-natural product with no additives. They want to know it comes from a trusted source. And they’re eager to choose brands that give them something extra with the maximum health benefits possible.”

63 Vital Minerals® is available in a 500ml (16.9 oz.) bottle. It is initially launching through select West Coast distributors and is expected to be available in East Coast health food stores, specialty grocers, fitness centers and restaurants by early summer 2012.

About Ocean Par

Ocean Par® is one of the most innovative providers of health and mineral benefits from the sea. We know that today’s health conscious consumers both young and old seek products that can provide extra health benefits. Our goal is to provide consumers with unmatched, health-upholding products that enhance, enrich and nourish lives. With global headquarters in Brazil, driven by its exuberant nature and extensive coastline, developed proprietary technology to purify and refine oceanic water and has established a new frontier in drinkable waters, food production and biotechnology

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