Aquentium Announces Twenty Percent (20%) Ownership Stake in Beverage Company

Aquentium, Inc. (OTC: AQNM) is pleased to announce that it has acquired a twenty percent ownership stake in Biofitt Inc.

Lake Elsinore, CA, February 17, 2015 --( Aquentium, Inc. (OTC: AQNM) is pleased to announce that it has acquired a twenty percent ownership stake in Biofitt Inc. Biofitt is a recently formed soft drink beverage company that will manufacture, market and sell its own brand of energy and vitamin drinks.

“The energy drink business has grown from a niche market to a multibillion one in a short time. While Monster and Red Bull have achieved great success in the soft drink market, our goal with Biofitt is to develop soft drinks with low caffeine and low sugar that is healthy for people of all ages,” stated Aquentium CEO Mark Taggatz.

Biofitt intends to capitalize on the opportunities in the Health and Energy Drink consumer markets by creating “Advanced Biofitt Energy/Vitamin” drinks & other products.

Biofitt also plans to launch a new packaging method Pocket Shots (Sachets) which eases the problems of carrying and disposing of bulky, round, plastic bottles. While the products will still be available in plastic bottles, the sachets will fit in one’s pocket, and pack more densely and discretely in your luggage, fitness bag, business briefcase, purse, etc. This packaging method also allows denser packaging which reduces shipping and distribution costs, while improving placement and display in convenience store outlets.

“The energy drink market continues to grow even in light of the tough economy,” added Taggatz.

Biofitt, Inc. is planning to raise up to five million dollars to establish manufacturing for its beverage products and for co-packing operations for other beverage processors.

Certain statements in this news release may contain "forward- looking" information within the meaning of rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Act of 1934 and are subject to the safe harbor created by those rules. There can be no assurance that such forward-looking statements will be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.
Mark Taggatz