Impact Fusion International Inc. IFUS
In addition to this new development, which is elaborated upon in the press release included below, the company also has a range of wellness products made available through their sales and distribution channels. The main avenue by which this is acheived is through the company’s sales website, www.IntactNutrition.com, and by way of distribution agreements with third-parties such as LifeExtension, which sell the Intact Nutrition brand in stores.
Intact Nutrition products promote digestive and immune system health, and are not limited to human utilization- there are also versions for equine and other domesticated animals. This allows IFUS to compete at multiple levels of the health and wellness marketplace. The various brands sold by the company are listed below.
Intact Nutrition Brands:
We have provided you with a video presentation of the chart on IFUS, but for those who might be in a hurry, let us tell you about a few of the key points. All the indicators on the chart are looking extremely bullish; The accum/dist, RSI, PPO, and Slow STO are all above the 50DMA, with the Slow STO and PPO having recently crossed over. We saw dramatic increases in volume toward the end of last week, as it seems momentum in the stock is building. Some resistance cropped up at the 50DMA of .0021, which is where the stock closed on Friday. Beyond that point the next key levels of resistance should come at the 100 & 200DMA’s (.0027 & .0024 respectively), followed by .004 and .005. In the event of a pullback, we’d like to see support hold at the 20DMA of .0016.
NAPOLEONVILLE, La., Oct. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Impact Fusion International, Inc. (IFUS) announced that the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Supreme Energy Resources (www.supremeenergypark.com) has secured an open-ended opportunity to supply cattle ranchers with bagasse, an animal feed substitute for hay, alfalfa and corn.
As a result of the well reported drought throughout the Continental United States there exists severe shortages of natural fiber for the feeding of cattle. The alternative to hay and other fiber rich vegetation is bagasse. It has the consistency of wood mulch. If fermented and dried, bagasse can be a superior substitute for fiber rich mixing with cornmeal and other protein sources to feed cattle. “The USDA has approved bagasse for animal consumption and we plan on exercising our advantage” stated Marc Walther, CEO.
Bagasse is the fibrous matter that remains after sugarcane or sorghum stalks are crushed to extract their juice. It is currently used as a biofuel and in the manufacture of pulp and paper products, building materials, natural environmental absorption and cattle feed. A similar process is used for these industries as well which will give us multi-market capabilities…READ WHOLE STORY