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Pressure BioScience
Coming June 30

Revolutionizing the Development of Plant Based Products

Date & Time


June 30, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event


Last year 7 in 10 American adults tried plant-based alternative foods and beverages, with the category predicted to grow to $41B by 2027.

A recent OSU study suggests Ultra Shear Technology from Pressure BioSciences (OTC: PBIO) is the key to developing plant-based food products with improved stability, nutritional value, and consumer appeal.

Join this webinar to hear from Pressure BioScience CEO, Richard Schumacher about this patented technology and the potential it has to transform plant-based products.

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