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CleanPath Resources Corp Announces Proof of Concept for the Development of an Effective Method of Aging Wine in the Bottle

Date : 08/13/2013 @ 2:07PM
Source : PR Newswire (US)
Stock : Cleanpath Resources Corp. (PN) (CLNP)
Quote : 0.0005  0.0 (0.00%) @ 5:32AM

CleanPath Resources Corp Announces Proof of Concept for the Development of an Effective Method of Aging Wine in the Bottle

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LAS VEGAS, Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CleanPath Resources Corp (OTC Pink: CLNP) (www.re-load.biz) is proud to announce that recent tests of its new wine aging unit have proven successful in many ways. The process is shown to "age" the wine, improving taste, reducing acidity, mellowing the wine and improving the bouquet.

The wine ager unit takes between fifteen minutes and an hour to treat the sealed bottle, depending upon desired results. It is based on Ferris Holding, Inc.'s "Agronifier" technology and it is far beyond just putting a magnet on a bottle.  This unique patent pending ETM™ process utilizes electro-magnetic and acoustic waves to enhance the effectiveness of nutraceuticals and has been found to work wonders on wine and other non-carbonated adult beverages.

According to Mr. Ken Lewis, CEO of CleanPath, "We are amazed at the change in wines and liquor. The wine ager works best on dry wines and is amazing in its ability to mellow hard liquor from vodka to single malts. Anyone who enjoys wine or liquor can benefit from this new product when it hits the shelves around the end of the year. There is nothing else like it." (www.re-load.biz/site/?page_id=864)

Media contact: Ken Lewis, 1-877-309-9876, KenLewis@re-load.biz

CleanPath Resources Corp
2400 S Cimarron Road Suite 120B
Las Vegas, NV 89128

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