March 8, 2010
Planet Organic Health Corp (TSX Venture Exchange – “POH”), Mr. Darren Krissie, Executive Vice
President of Planet Organic Health Corp. (“Planet Organic”), announces that Mark Craft, Michael J.
Arougheti, Daniel G. Katz and David D. Heighington have resigned from the board of directors. Planet Organic wishes to express its thanks to each of Mr. Craft, Mr. Arougheti, Mr. Katz and Mr. Heighington for their services to the company.
Shareholders are reminded that the Corporation is currently operating in default under its credit facilities and accordingly the lenders have the legal right to demand repayment of all indebtedness and enforce their security over all of the Corporation’s assets. To date to the Corporation has not been successful in
arranging financing from other sources to meet its debt obligations to the lenders. The Corporation is reviewing all financing options in order to eliminate its aggregate debt load.
ABOUT PLANET ORGANIC
Planet Organic Health Corp. (TSX-V: POH) is a natural products industry company, comprising manufacturing, distribution and retail. Planet Organic is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange as a Tier One company. Planet Organic operates nine natural food supermarkets throughout Canada under the Planet Organic Market banner and eleven natural food supermarkets in the U.S. under the Mrs Green's Natural Markets banner. Another Planet Organic division, Trophic Canada, is the country’s leading manufacturer of natural supplements. The Company has a total of nine stores throughout Canada and eleven in the U.S.
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