Wednesday 30 October 2013

BioLargo’s Product wins Cat Fancy Magazine's Best Product of the Year - Editor’s Choice Award

SANTA ANA, CA – BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB: BLGO) today announced that    Cat Fancy Magazine awarded its Litter Deodorizing Concentrate an “Editor Choice Award”, naming it one of the 18 “Best Products of the Year” for 2013.  Detailed in the December issue, on newsstands now, the Cat Fancy editor commented  “I have four cats in a small house. After I started using this, I noticed an immediate reduction in odor and moisture.  I’m not going through nearly as much litter, and I like the fact that it’s environmentally friendly and non-toxic.”

 In August of this year, the product also won an Editor’s Choice Award from Pet Product News International, the leading industry trade publication. The tester their stated, “At first I was highly skeptical of its odor control, but after a couple days, I was amazed that I hadn't smelled the cat's urine or poop at all…even when the cat didn't cover the urine, there was no smell coming from the litter box.”

“We are proud the industry recognizes the value of our cat litter product”, stated BioLargo President Dennis Calvert. 

“We hope to soon introduce a $1.00 per week introductory offer to target the 48 million households in the USA that love cats and 
want the best product on the market to help keep their litter box and 
home odor-free.”

The product is available through BioLargo’s wholly owned subsidiary Odor-No-More, Inc.,
at, or 
ask for them wherever you buy pet products.

Coming to a Retailer Near You Soon

Tuesday 22 October 2013

BioLargo completes first order to US Government for new products

Press Release:  BioLargo completes first order to US Government for new products

SANTA ANA, CA – (October 22, 2013) – BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB: BLGO) today announced that its Odor-No-More subsidiary has introduced a new line of odor and moisture control products to the US Government, and fulfilled its first order. The company now offers a series of pouch and canister designs that can be used to solidify liquids or absorb blood and other body fluids. The company will initially target medical providers but plans to expand into general industrial applications and first responders markets.  The product line is being marketed under the brand Nature’s Best Solution®
and will include its Body Fluid Solidifier, Suction Canister Solidifier and Specimen Transport Solidifier (pouches). It rounds out this line of products by adding its Odor Eliminator liquid spray and wipes tailored to serve the healthcare market.

Downeast Logistics, a certified “Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business” (SDVOSB), served as our distribution partner to facilitate our first order to the US Government. Downeast Logistics has operated for more than thirteen years, and will continue to offer our products through multiple channels of the US Government. Its designation as a SDVOSB places Downeast Logistics within a group of highly sought after vendors to the US government. Odor-No-More has registered, and is in the process of registering, itself as well as its products with several procurement agencies of the US Government.

"Being a Service-Disabled owned business with a successful 13 year history selling to the government, Downeast Logistics is a great partner to help launch our award winning technology into the Government sector. We are excited about this new selling channel and the future opportunities in it for our medical products in development, and hope to expand sales of these new products to the private sector through our subsidiary Clyra Medical,” stated BioLargo’s president, Dennis Calvert.

Sherry Doherty, Principal of Downeast Logistics, adds, “The canister solidifier products received positive feedback from all of the military hospital product evaluations we conducted, as its odor control capabilities are unique in the marketplace. We are waiting for procurement response on several bids we have submitted, and are excited about the scope of opportunities for these product lines within the US government.”