Creative Edge Nutrition Inc. (FITX) Launches the Cannabis Research Advisory Board With the Additions of Mike Colasanti and Dr. Jim Sweetman

Creative Edge Nutrition Inc. (FITX) Launches the Cannabis Research Advisory Board With the Additions of Mike Colasanti and Dr. Jim Sweetman

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MADISON HEIGHTS, MI / ACCESSWIRE / June 6, 2014 / Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc. (OTC Pink: FITX) (PINKSHEETS: FITX)  is excited to announce the launch of the Cannabis Research Advisory Board focusing on diversifying technologies, techniques and platforms for the different ways of growing medicinal marijuana.

“We are proud to announce the addition of Mike Colasanti and Dr. Jim Sweetman, two great local men who have built their own legacy and bring decades of experience in their respective fields.  They will play an integral role in the development of site two technologies allowing for the perfection of systems we can take to site one, once vetted by our medical quality board,” states President & CEO Bill Chaaban.

With well over 35 years of grow experience, having touched so many lives in the heart of Windsor & Essex County, Mike Colasanti is excited about the new role he will have with Creative Edge Nutrition Inc. and CEN Biotech Inc. “Dr. Sweetman and I are very excited to take all of our life lessons and what we have learned and apply it to this very special project. This transition for the next chapter in Dr. Sweetman and I’s lives will be a great one because it involves improving patients quality of life,” stated Mike Colasanti.

BIO FOR MIKE COLASANTI

Mike Colasanti is the son of Joe and Barbara Colasanti, husband to Kelly Colasanti and partner of The Bloomin’ Gardener. He brings with him over 35 years of growing experience.

At the age of 19, Mr. Mike Colansanti lived in Europe for a year working in the greenhouse business in Belgium, Holland, Germany, France and Italy. Blessed with the gift of an entrepreneurial spirit routing back to his Colasanti family business.

At a very young age Mr. Colasanti grew fondly of his passion to grow. Later on in his journey, Mr. Colasanti met his wife Kelly and launched The Bloomin Gardner, where together for 17 years of business practices has guided this dynamic duo to successful cultivation of many plants and gardens providing many homes with healthy nurtured plants in the heart of Windsor and Essex-County.

“My life has been a paved road in which I had to dodge the odd pot hole and then every so often a stretch of smooth road allows me to be at the right place with the right people.  This time the road has lead me here; and I’m blessed to be a part of this pioneer project – growing medicinal cannabis for people that truly rely on it for its medicinal properties.  I will strive for nothing less than growing the best medicine,” stated Mike Colasanti.  

BIO of Dr. JIM SWEETMAN

A grassroots Windsorite, Dr. Jim Sweetman exited high school in Windsor and went straight to the University of Guelph to study and receive his bachelors of Science in Agriculture with a focus in Microbiology. 

Dr. Sweetman continued his journey by receiving a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and furthermore Aqua Culture from the University of the Virgin Island.

As a Lakeshore resident and entrepreneur locally in downtown Windsor, Dr. Sweetman has his own veterinary practice and hospital.

His journey with Aqua Culture began in the early 1980′s and has grown profoundly developing and utilizing many different Aquaponic technologies that he looks forward to utilizing on his exciting new journey with CEN Biotech Inc. and Creative Edge Nutrition.

About CEN Biotech

CEN Biotech, Inc. was established in 2013 as a partially owned subsidiary of Creative Edge Nutrition (OTC Pink: FITX) (PINKSHEETS: FITX) for the sole purpose of supplying the Canadian public with pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis under the newly established Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR). CEN Biotech Inc. has submitted a comprehensive application to become a licensed producer (LP) of dried marihuana for medicinal purposes and has received a ready-to-build approval from Health Canada.

http://www.cenbiotechinc.com

About Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc.

Creative Edge Nutrition is a holding company and a Nutritional Supplement Company focused on developing innovative, high quality supplements. The company offers a broad spectrum of capsules, tablets, and powders, as well as science based products in the principal categories of weight management, nutrition challenges, energy and fitness. The Company manufactures under strict GMP guidelines at GMP Certified and/or FDA registered facilities. http://www.cenergynutrition.com and https://www.facebook.com/CenergyNutrition

Contact:

FOR INVESTOR RELATIONS

William Swalm

(212) 584-4342

Info@cenergynutrition.com

 

SOURCE: Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc. 

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