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New Video Documents Plandaí Biotechnology’s $20 Million Operation at Senteeko Tea Estate

New Video Documents Plandaí Biotechnology’s $20 Million Operation at Senteeko Tea Estate

Written by Ι Stock Market Media Group Staff — April 14, 2015

NEW YORK, NY – Plandaí Biotechnology (OTCQB: PLPL) and its operations at the Senteeko tea estate in South Africa are the subject of a newly released video. Stock Market Media Group, a content development investment relations firm, spent a week in South Africa with a camera crew from Bay Colony Media documenting the company’s story, and announced today that the documentary is now available.  

The video can be seen at www.stockmarketmediagroup.com/media

In the documentary, viewers will go inside the gates of the Senteeko tea estate and see for themselves the beauty that makes up the property’s 8,000 acres. The video also highlights the many fields of tea that produce the raw material that Plandaí uses to make its highly bioavailable green tea extract, Phytofare® Catechin Complex.

Viewers will visit North West University’s Potchefstroom Campus and learn first-hand, from the scientists there who put the company’s green tea extract through human clinical trials, just what bioavailability is and why getting the product into the bloodstream and keeping it there is so important to end users of Plandaí’s product or of any nutraceutical product for that matter.

The Head of the University’s Preclinical Drug Development Platform, Prof. Anne Grobler, explains Plandaí’s incredible clinical trial results, and we learn more about the Pheroid technology that the company will employ to deliver its extracts deeper into the body on the cellular level.

While at Senteeko viewers will go inside the company’s 30,000 square foot production facility and watch the staff at the factory turn tea leaves into a vibrant, rich emerald green colored green tea extract. In the video, both the company’s CEO and the V.P. of Sales and Marketing discuss Senteeko’s early days, the tea estate today, the production process, Plandaí’s sales and marketing efforts and its future plans with other extracts.

The Plandaí story can be seen at www.stockmarketmediagroup.com/media.

We would like to thank Bay Colony Media (www.baycolonymedia.com), located in the Greater Boston area, for their hard work and dedication to helping Stock Market Media Group tell the Plandaí story.

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