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SPUD STOP FRENCH FRY VENDING MACHINE RECEIVES NAMA APPROVAL

 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Harvard International Technologies Ltd. (AMEX: FRY), a development stage company engaged in the manufacturing and marketing of the Spud Stop(TM) 50-second french fry vending system, announced today that its wholly owned U.S. operating subsidiary, Spud Stop Inc., has received the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) "Letter of Compliance - Food and Beverage Vending Machines" for the production of the company's french fry vending machine.
 Prior to issuing the compliance letter, NAMA evaluated the vending machine against the requirements of NAMA's "Standard for Sanitary Design and Construction of Food and Beverage Vending Machines," which is based upon the U.S. Public Health Service Ordinance and Model Code, "The Vending of Food and Beverages - 1978." The company may now identify its vending machines as being "NAMA Listed."
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 /CONTACT: Robert W. Dunn, CFO of Harvard International Technologies, 604-688-4883/
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CO: Harvard International Technologies Ltd.; Spud Stop Inc. ST: British Columbia IN: SU:

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