NetworkNewsBreaks – NutraFuels, Inc. (NTFU) Acquires Patent for All-natural Insect Deterrent Patch; Forms New Subsidiary

NutraFuels (OTCQB: NTFU), soon to be NutraLife BioScience, Inc., this morning announced that it has acquired a patent for a unique and natural insect deterrent formulation that works via a dermal delivery system patch. The patented patch employs natural ingredients such as Vitamin B1 to avert mosquitoes and other insects. In January, NutraFuels founded a new wholly-owned subsidiary, NutraDerma Technologies, to commercialize the patch after reaching compliance with pertinent regulatory requirements. With the patented patch as the first planned product for the subsidiary, NutraDerma has effectively taken its first step in the direction of entering the bio life sciences market. Additionally, NutraDerma plans to progress various other nutraceutical, skin care, cosmetic and wellness dermal skin patches including vitamin supplement patches and formulations intended to support health and wellness.

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About NutraFuels, Inc.

NutraFuels was founded in 2010 and has evolved into a branded and private label developer, distributor and Food and Drug Administration registered (FDA) manufacturer. NTFU’s products include a range of nutraceutical, wellness, and CBD products as well as a cosmetics line. NutraFuels’ manufacturing process received the Good Manufacturing Processes Standard (GMP) certification. Its products adhere to high manufacturing standards throughout every step of the manufacturing and extraction process. NTFU’s product testing and research and development is conducted by four chemists under the direction of NTFU’s founder and Chief Executive Officer, Edgar Ward. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.NutraFuels.com.

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