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Latteno Attends 1st Annual WeedStock Conference in Denver June 29 to July 1

Company Expects Conference to Provide Forum for Potential Growth Opportunities

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 06/30/14 -- Latteno Food Corp. (OTC Pink: LATF) (PINKSHEETS: LATF) is pleased to report that its attendance at the 1st Annual WeedStock conference currently being held in Denver CO, is already proven to be a success. The Conference, being held June 29 to July 1 at the Westin Denver Downtown Hotel, is a professional learning and networking event, which connects privately held and publicly traded cannabis companies with investors, analysts and industry leaders.

The Conference is providing the Company with the opportunity to connect with Growers, Dispensaries, Services, Suppliers, Consultants; as well as Venture Capitalists, Private Equity, Institutional Investors, Fund Managers, Accredited Investors, Individual Investors and Analysts.

The Company reports that it has already made significant new contacts and initial progress on potential growth opportunities to advance its comprehensive MMJ Growth Strategy. Further progress will be announced as required.

Earlier this month, the Company's announced the signing of a comprehensive Joint Venture Agreement with a Denver based third party grower to begin production on a 35 acre farm in Peyton CO.. Initial projections indicated that Production yields could reach as much a $200,000 monthly.

The Company has recently announced progress on numerous fronts both in California, Nevada and, their new home, Colorado. Specific initiatives include the MMJ Delivery Service, MMJ Grower Warehouse facilities, MMJ Dispensaries and MMJ Evaluation Offices. Each of these initiatives has been developed to provide complementary sustainable revenue streams to each market it opens. The Grow Farm joint venture represents another positive step forward in the Company's MMJ Strategy.

Additionally, the Company's recently announced diversification into the lucrative Sex Enhancement - Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Industry with the introduction of the its Proprietary LT-512 100% Natural Sex Enhancement that increases sexual arousal in both men and women, and is a safe and effective treatment for Erectile Dysfunction that does not required a doctor's prescription. Rx Harvest Collective maintains exclusive rights to distribute this formula as private label sex enhancement pills.

The initial consumer response has been so positive with both repeat end-users and national and international distributors that the production and distribution inventories have had to be steadily increased. In fact, a recent article in Sierra World Equity Review predicts that "Following Release Of Rx Harvest's 100% Natural Enhancement Treatment Latteno Food (LATF) To Be Featured in Playboy Magazine Article Scheduled July Issue.

The Company's entry into Erectile Dysfunction and Sexual Enhancement Treatments across a number of its operating divisions represents substantial additional revenue streams in a new major market; in addition to those currently being developed in the Medical Marijuana Market (MMJ) and the seafood distribution industry.

About Latteno Food Corp. (
Latteno Food Corp. is an investment portfolio company that acquires food products, medical marijuana edibles and related products/services to enhance their growth and development. The company builds revenues and asset value through a model of continuous growth, income from or sale of its portfolio holdings, and product licensing or distribution agreements.

About Rx Harvest Collective Inc. (
Southern California-owned and licensed medical marijuana co-op and transporting. The specific purpose of this corporation is to collectively facilitate medical marijuana cultivation and transactions by and between qualified patient members of this corporation and/or primary caregiver members who have the oral or written approval or recommendation of a licensed physician, as permitted and authorized by the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 (Health and Safety Code section 11362.5) and the Medical Marijuana Program Act (Health and Safety Code sections 11362.7 - 11362.83).

About Mekonza Corp. (
Headquartered in Southern California since 2006, Global Trading Group (GTG) started out as a luxury/exotic car exporter and eventually branched out into seafood importing which came about Mekonza Seafood. The variety of seafood products we offer has allowed us to be an innovator in product development. The diversity of our products allows us to be the next force-to-be-reckon-with in the seafood industry. Mekonza has grown from a small one-man operation to one of the West Coast's most innovative and well-equipped seafood importing and processing companies. With outstanding customer service as our secret sauce and key ingredient, we're on our way to be the industry's leader committed to achieve the highest possible standards in quality, service to our clients, suppliers and investors.

Safe Harbor Statement
This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27a of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and section 21e of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Those statements include the intent, belief or current expectations of the company and its management team. Prospective investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of various factors. Accomplishing the strategy described herein is significantly dependent upon numerous factors, many that are not in management's control. Some of these factors include the ability of the company to raise sufficient capital, attract qualified management, attract new customers and effectively compete against similar companies.

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