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    Insect repellent

    December 1, 2011

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    This line of insect repellent products provides protection from biting insects while avoiding the risks associated with irritating pesticides. The products are safe to use around food and do not damage equipment. The naturally derived repellents have been proven to be an effective alternative to traditional pesticides such as DEET. The products are available as sprays and towelettes.

    BugBand Inc.

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