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GRAND ISLAND, NE — Sense Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: SNSGF) http://www.SenseTech.com is nearing the completion of its due diligence efforts in evaluating the acquisition of Scribner Natural Products. Scribner Natural Products is an industrial food and feed products company in Scribner Nebraska, where it operates a soybean crushing mill, along with interest in a Trucking, Logistics and Consulting company.

Scientifically designed, Scribner Natural Products are all natural and are manufactured with no harsh chemicals or solvents used in the production process. Its products are highly digestible and have high levels of vitamins, isoflavonoids, and amino acids. The company is moving to file patents on its proprietary processes, including its soil enhancer products for organic gardening, and has identified numerous bases for individual patents.

Scribner Natural Products http://www.ScribnerSoybean.com is pleased to announce that it has been asked to develop a new patented product line specific to Tilapia feed. Tilapia is the 4th most consumed seafood in American diets according to the National Fisheries Institute. The potential of raising Tilapia in a controlled environment with a carefully regulated feed supply of all natural grain fed ingredients has numerous health benefits for consumers. Currently, many Tilapia operations around the world use byproducts and animal wastes for Tilapia farming which causes concern for consumers. Scribner Natural Products looks forward to becoming a significant part of the new healthier choice Tilapia trend.

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