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Beyond Medical Technologies started selling its face masks online at Walmart through Micron Technologies

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Micron Technologies' three-ply medical grade face masks and N95 medical grade face masks have been approved for sale by Walmart. Micron Technologies has completed the onboarding process and its products will be available at www.walmart.com by the beginning of April 2021.

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Company: Beyond Medical Technologies
Website: http://www.beyondmd.ca
Stock Symbol: CSE: DOCT
Date Published: Apr 6, 2021
Transcript: Available

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I’m Megan Edwards for Investmentpitch Media

Beyond Medical Technologies, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Micron Technologies, has started selling its face masks on Walmart’s online platform.

Micron Technologies' three-ply medical grade face masks and N95 medical grade face masks have been approved for sale by Walmart.

Micron Technologies has completed the onboarding process and its products will be available at www.walmart.com by the beginning of April 2021.

In addition to Walmart, the products are also available on Amazon and Shopify.

For a quote for large size orders please contact the company directly through Milan@micronti.com.

Kal Malhi , CEO, stated: "We are pleased to offer our products to loyal Walmart customers at competitive prices. The availability of our product with one of the largest retailers in the world will bring significant exposure to our made-in- Canada medical face mask brand. Our recently completed capital raise will allow us to ramp up manufacturing to meet new demand from Walmart customers."

Micron Technologies has been manufacturing and selling three-ply medical grade face masks, in blue and black, since August 2020, with the majority of sales to provincial governments.

In addition to the three-ply medical grade face masks, Micron Technologies is also manufacturing N95 Model 8800 face masks, which have been approved by Health Canada and the US Food and Drug Administration.

Additionally, the N95 Model 8800 face masks have passed testing with Kinetrics Analytical and Environmental Laboratories and the company is confident that these face masks will obtain medical-grade certification from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in the coming weeks.

There are currently a limited number of National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health approved medical face mask manufacturers and the demand for these masks in outpacing supply.

On February 2, 2021 the Washington Post report on N95 masks, stating: "The initial shortage has eased, but there still aren't enough medical masks for health-care workers, let alone others. Demand for N95s is 500 to 1,000 percent higher than it was a year ago, said Megan Ranney, co-founder of Get Us PPE, which helps front-line workers obtain personal protective equipment."

Micron Technologies is considering acquiring additional manufacturing equipment and hiring more personnel as it is currently operating at full capacity and continues to sell out of inventory from its manufacturing facility located in the Greater Vancouver municipality of Delta, British Columbia.

The company is also developing its Organivore and Pharmavore waste digesters using its proprietary technology.

The shares are trading at $0.16.

For more information, please visit the company’s websites, www.beyondmd.ca and www.micronti.com, contact Kal Malhi, CEO, at 604-805-4602 or by email kal@BullRunCapital.ca.

I’m Megan Edwards for Investmentpitch Media