New Sucralose Proces Patents For Making Sucralosess from Lexington Pharmaceutical a ”Significant Improvement”

INDIANAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Lexington Pharmaceuticals Laboratories, LLC (Lexington) announced
that its unique method of producing sucralose has received independent
confirmation from one of the industrys
leading experts that the method is more environmentally friendly than
other known processes and, the Company believes, will be less expensive
to produce.

Dr. Todd Lowary, PhD, professor at the University of Alberta and an
organic chemist familiar with current patents regarding the process
technology by Tate & Lyle, has reviewed Lexingtons
intellectual property. Lowary states: In my
opinion, Lexingtons procedure represents a
significant improvement over any process that I have reviewed in the
Tate & Lyle patent portfolio, not only in terms of cost, but also
toxicity. Lowary adds: I
view what Lexington is doing as greener
chemistry than whats in the patent
literature.

Ted Gelov, Lexingtons founder and CEO,
states: Lexington set out with a goal of
improving the taste profile of sucralose and producing it in an
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has filed patent applications on this novel manufacturing process

The product is expected to be introduced in the table top sweetener
called Nevella (www.nevella.com),
manufactured and distributed by Heartland Sweeteners, LLC. Heartland
Sweeteners, LLC, a leading manufacturer and marketer of table top
sweeteners, is also owned by Gelov.

The company is working with global partners to manufacture domestically
in the US and at other sites around the world under pharmaceutical GMP
conditions.

For more information please contact Director of Corporate Information by
e-mail at media@Lexingtonpharm.com