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FTMIG interviews Nutritional High’s David Posner,Co-Chairman, and Co-Chairman, Corporate Secretary and Director, Adam Szweras! With their West Coast/California focus, future integration into Nevada, and a vast multi-state presence, Nutritional High has strategically positioned itself for national distribution!

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ITEM 1. Reporting Issuer.

Nutritional High International Inc. 77 King Street West, Suite 2905 Toronto, Ontario M5K 1H1

ITEM 2. Date of Material Change

January 7, 2019

ITEM 3. Press Releases

Press release in the form of Schedule A attached hereto was disseminated on January 7, 2019 via GlobeNewswire.

ITEM 4. Summary of Material Change

Nutritional High International (“Nutritional High” or the “Company”) (CSE: EAT, OTCQB: SPLIF, FRANKFURT:2NU) has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Docklight, LLC of Seattle, Washington, to license a number of well-known brands including the Marley Natural brand (“Marley Natural”), for use in connection with inhalable cannabis products (whole flower, pre-roll, and oil cartridges) in Washington and Oregon. In addition to Marley Natural, the agreement grants Nutritional High the rights to produce, market and sell additional inhalable cannabis product lines including DutchyTM, HeadlightTM, IrisaTM, GrailTM and Martian GardensTM. In Washington, Nutritional High will sublicense the rights to manufacture the branded products to a locally-licensed facility.

In connection therewith, the Company has also successfully completed the transactions contemplated in the Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) announced on January 3, 2019 press release, between its wholly-owned Nevada subsidiary (the “Subsidiary”), and a Washington limited liability company (the “Seller”). The Agreement has been closed on January 4, 2019 and settled as noted in the press release.

In Oregon, Nutritional High will manufacture the branded products at its newly launched La Pine facility. The license agreement is renewable annually subject to certain hurdles. The license comes into effect immediately and production will begin in short order, with products anticipated to arrive on Washington and Oregon shelves as early as February.

ITEM 5. Full Description of Material Change

5.1 Full Description of Material Change
See Schedule A.
5.2 Disclosure for Restructuring Transactions
Not applicable.
ITEM 6. Reliance on subsection 7.1(2) of National Instrument 51-102Not applicable.

ITEM 7. Omitted Information

Not applicable.

ITEM 8. Executive Officer

The following officer of the Company may be contacted for further information:

David Posner
Co-Chairman of the Board
Nutritional High International Inc.
647-98506727

Email: dposner@nutritionalhigh.com

ITEM 9. Date of Report

This report is dated this 7th day of January, 2019.

Schedule A

Nutritional High Enters into License Agreement to Produce Marley NaturalTMProducts in Oregon & Washington

The iconic Bob Marley cannabis brand is inspired by Jamaica’s vibrant energy

Toronto, Ontario – January 7, 2019 – Nutritional High International (“Nutritional High” or the “Company”) (CSE: EAT, OTCQB: SPLIF, FRANKFURT:2NU) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Docklight, LLC of Seattle, Washington, to license a number of well-known brands including the Marley Natural brand (“Marley Natural”), for use in connection with inhalable cannabis products (whole flower, pre-roll, and oil cartridges) in Washington and Oregon.

Marley Natural, the official cannabis brand of Bob Marley, offers a comprehensive line of products including cannabis, body care, and accessories. In addition to Marley Natural, the license agreement grants Nutritional High the rights to produce, market and sell additional inhalable cannabis product lines including DutchyTM, HeadlightTM, IrisaTM, GrailTM and Martian GardensTM.

Nutritional High develops, manufactures and distributes recognized brands in the cannabis industry.“With our emphasis on the US West Coast, the states of Washington and Oregon are always considered strategically important to us,” commented Jim Frazier, Nutritional High’s Chief Executive Officer. “Marley Natural is an iconic brand that consumers love. By capitalizing on current assets and leveraging our existing retail marketing relationships – including a dedicated team of brand managers and sales specialists in market – we’ll be able to put products on shelves quickly with the right retail strategy in place,” added Frazier.

In Washington, Nutritional High will sublicense the rights to manufacture the branded products to a locally-licensed facility. In connection therewith, the Company has also successfully completed the transactions contemplated in the Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) announced on January 3, 2019 press release, between its wholly-owned Nevada subsidiary (the “Subsidiary”), and a Washington limited liability company (the “Seller”). The Agreement has been closed on January 4, 2019 for a purchase price of US$3,675,000, and has been settled as follows:

  1. US$150,000 deposit (paid)
  2. US$525,000 cash paid on closing; and
  3. US$3,000,000 in common shares of the Company (the “Shares”). Subject to the policies of the CSE, the Shares are to be issued based on a 20-day VWAP of the Shares prior to the date of each issuance. The Company issued US$2,000,000 in Shares on closing (being 13,432,098 common shares issued at a deemed issue price of C$0.2025 per share). US$500,000 worth of Shares are to be issued on the date that is six months after closing, and a further US$500,000 worth of Shares on the date that is nine months after closing.

In Oregon, Nutritional High will manufacture the branded products at its newly launched La Pine facility. The license agreement is renewable annually subject to certain hurdles. The license comes into effect immediately and production will begin in short order, with products anticipated to arrive on

Washington and Oregon shelves as early as February.

About Nutritional High International Inc.

Nutritional High is focused on developing, manufacturing and distributing products under recognized brands in the cannabis products industry, with a specific focus on edibles and oil extracts for medical and adult recreational use. The Company works exclusively with licensed facilities in jurisdictions where such activity is permitted and regulated by state law.

The Company follows a vertically integrated model with a fully developed strategy for acquisitions in extraction, production, sales, and distribution sectors of the cannabis industry. Nutritional High has brought its flagship FLÏTM edibles and extracts product line from production to market through its wholly owned subsidiaries in California and Oregon, as well as Colorado where its FLÏTM products are manufactured by a third-party licensed producer. In California, the Company distributes its products and products manufactured by other leading producers through its wholly owned distributor Calyx Brands Inc. and is entering the Nevada, Washington State and Canadian markets in the near future.

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Toronto, Ontario – January 7, 2019 – Nutritional High International (“Nutritional High” or the “Company”) (CSE: EAT, OTCQB: SPLIF, FRANKFURT:2NU) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Docklight, LLC of Seattle, Washington, to license a number of well-known brands including the Marley Natural brand (“Marley Natural”), for use in connection with inhalable cannabis products (whole flower, pre-roll, and oil cartridges) in Washington and Oregon.

Marley Natural, the official cannabis brand of Bob Marley, offers a comprehensive line of products including cannabis, body care, and accessories. In addition to Marley Natural, the license agreement grants Nutritional High the rights to produce, market and sell additional inhalable cannabis product lines including DutchyTM, HeadlightTM, IrisaTM, GrailTM and Martian GardensTM.

Nutritional High develops, manufactures and distributes recognized brands in the cannabis industry. “With our emphasis on the US West Coast, the states of Washington and Oregon are always considered strategically important to us,” commented Jim Frazier, Nutritional High’s Chief Executive Officer. “Marley Natural is an iconic brand that consumers love. By capitalizing on current assets and leveraging our existing retail marketing relationships – including a dedicated team of brand managers and sales specialists in market – we’ll be able to put products on shelves quickly with the right retail strategy in place,” added Frazier.

In Washington, Nutritional High will sublicense the rights to manufacture the branded products to a locally-licensed facility. In connection therewith, the Company has also successfully completed the transactions contemplated in the Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) announced on January 3, 2019 press release, between its wholly-owned Nevada subsidiary (the “Subsidiary”), and a Washington limited liability company (the “Seller”). The Agreement has been closed on January 4, 2019 for a purchase price of US$3,675,000, and has been settled as follows:

  1. US$150,000 deposit (paid)
  2. US$525,000 cash paid on closing; and

iii. US$3,000,000 in common shares of the Company (the “Shares”). Subject to the policies of the CSE, the Shares are to be issued based on a 20-day VWAP of the Shares prior to the date of each issuance. The Company issued US$2,000,000 in Shares on closing (being 13,432,098 common shares issued at a deemed issue price of C$0.2025 per share). US$500,000 worth of Shares are to be issued on the date that is six months after closing, and a further US$500,000 worth of Shares on the date that is nine months after closing.

In Oregon, Nutritional High will manufacture the branded products at its newly launched La Pine facility. The license agreement is renewable annually subject to certain hurdles. The license comes into effect immediately and production will begin in short order, with products anticipated to arrive on Washington and Oregon shelves as early as February.

About Nutritional High International Inc.

Nutritional High is focused on developing, manufacturing and distributing products under recognized brands in the cannabis products industry, with a specific focus on edibles and oil extracts for medical and adult recreational use. The Company works exclusively with licensed facilities in jurisdictions where such activity is permitted and regulated by state law.

The Company follows a vertically integrated model with a fully developed strategy for acquisitions in extraction, production, sales, and distribution sectors of the cannabis industry. Nutritional High has brought its flagship FLÏTM edibles and extracts product line from production to market through its wholly owned subsidiaries in California and Oregon, as well as Colorado where its FLÏTM products are manufactured by a third-party licensed producer. In California, the Company distributes its products and products manufactured by other leading producers through its wholly owned distributor Calyx Brands Inc. and is entering the Nevada, Washington State and Canadian markets in the near future.

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The California Focus: A Strategy for Growth and Development

Say hello to one of the major players in the oil extraction industry in California: Nutritional High. The cannabis company, headquartered in Toronto, has made headlines this year for its growth and its strategic acquisitions.

Recently, Nutritional High released its most recent cannabis sales report, which indicated that the company’s revenue from cannabis sales rose 147% ($4.1 million reported), compared to Q3 2018. This revenue is greatly attributed to the relationship and acquisition of Calyx, a leading California cannabis distribution company. Boasting a 33% rise in gross profit from Q3 2018 ($0.4 million) Nutritional High is clearly succeeding in its corporate strategy. The company sold $3.7 million of cannabis products with a gross margin of 10%. While this might be less than the 19.6% recorded in Q3 2018, the reduction is attributed to the surge in Calyx’s personnel and direct labor.

Nutritional High and Calyx entered into agreements in March 2018, as a means of Nutritional High building upon its existing distribution infrastructure in California. In April, sales revenue for Calyx surpassed $4.5 million for the fiscal year of 2018. With sales figures like these, there’s no wonder why Calyx’s California-wide distribution strategy has extended beyond 450+ licensed dispensaries, which sell multiple leading market edibles, concentrates and flower brands.

This is just one example of the many things that Nutritional High has up its sleeve, and it’s not stopping there. Enlighten yourself on the recent milestones of one of the biggest oil extraction companies in California by reviewing Nutritional High’s expansion strategy.

What has Nutritional High been up to in 2018?

From the company’s attempts to establish full vertical integration in the blooming Nevada market to securing strategic financing that will enhance its existing cash position, there’s no denying the fact that Nutritional High is truly bulking up its impressive California product portfolio.

Here’s an overview of what the company has been up to recently:

  • This year, Nutritional High has made major progressions with its proprietary Dab Stick technology
  • The company plans to continue to expand its FLÏ brand across the Colorado market
  • In May 2018, Nutritional High and NeutriSci, entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding to create and distribute sublingual tablets infused with THC and CBD utilizing NeutriSci’s patent pending technology, proprietary ingredients and formulations
  • In May 2018, Nutritional High and Xanthic entered into a binding agreement to produce and distribute Xanthic’s water-soluble cannabis-infused powders in California
  • In July 2018, Nutritional High acquired Pasa Verde. This operator of FLÏ Labs NorCal is a cannabis extraction and manufacturing facility based in Sacramento, California
  • In September 2018, Nutritional High acquired 75% of Nevada based Green Therapeutics
  • In November, Nutritional High entered into an agreement to purchase assets and patent licensing from JMEDS – a California-based leader in “micro dosed” infused products.
  • The company also began broadening its west coast manufacturing reach by kick-starting production in its La Pine facility in Oregon

Nutritional High’s Expansion Strategy OverviewNutritional High sets a superior example for companies who wish to amplify their brands through acquisitions. By focusing on the strategic acquisitions of brands and businesses that are synergistic with existing assets, Nutritional High is able to successfully enhance the visibility of an existing brand portfolio.

By pursuing license applications, the company is presenting brands with an opportunity to dominate their niche in jurisdictions that legalize cannabis for medical or adult recreational use. Nutritional High’s expansion strategy doesn’t stop there. They pride themselves on pursuing co-investment and joint-venture partnerships to establish a firm foothold in fresh markets.

Nutritional High’s Marketing Strategy Overview

When it comes to Nutritional High’s marketing strategy, they have effectively combined a myriad of products, distribution channels, branding strategy, and promotions to focus on the highest-margin segments of the industry. The company prides themselves on manufacturing only the highest quality cannabis oil. This high quality oil forms the basis of the superior standard that Nutritional High strives to maintain with its entire portfolio of extract and infused products.

Continuous innovation through product acquisitions and developments has enabled Nutritional High to form a robust brand portfolio. Through compliant promotion strategies, IP holder partnerships and acquisitions of well-known brands, Nutritional High has the utmost potential in successfully cultivating key retail-channel relationships with wholesale buyers, sourcing Contract Manufacturing Opportunities (CMOs) to utilize idle manufacturing capacity, and focusing on compliant promotion.

Nutritional High’s Proprietary Approach

Establishing MIPs operations via a proprietary approach has made it possible for Nutritional High to expand its reach beyond the borders of California. By using short-path distillation techniques and VTA scale machinery to ensure the final product is clean, consistent and potent, the company has continued to set itself apart from other industry players.

Keen to patent a broad scope of processes, Nutritional High specializes its processes to ensure the final product characteristics meet the demands of each individual manufacturer. Nutritional High is sure to continue leveraging its success across many areas of the United States for time to come.

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TORONTO, Jan. 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nutritional High International (“Nutritional High” or the “Company”) (CSE: EAT, OTCQB: SPLIF, FRANKFURT:2NU) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”), as amended on December 26, 2018, between its wholly-owned Nevada subsidiary (the “Subsidiary”), and a Washington limited liability company (the “Seller”), pursuant to which the Subsidiary will acquire assets and certain IP brands from the Seller.

The purchase price of US$3,675,000, will be settled as follows:

US$150,000 deposit (paid), which shall be refundable if closing does not occur;
US$525,000 cash due on closing; and
US$3,000,000 in common shares of the Company (the “Shares”) to be issued as follows: US$2,000,000 in Shares upon closing, US$500,000 in Shares on the date that is six months after closing, and US$500,000 in Shares on the date that is nine months after closing. Subject to the policies of the CSE, the Shares will be issued based on a 20-day VWAP of the Shares prior to the date of each issuance.
The Agreement supersedes the binding LOI that the Company entered on August 10, 2018 with the Seller. The closing is subject to third party approvals which the Company expects to be forthcoming. More details will be provided once third party approvals are secured and a closing date is determined.

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As the cannabis market reaches a new level of maturity, the regulatory landscape is slowly changing to allow more people to legally consume cannabis. More than ever before, it is vital that cannabis companies stand out to consumers with a strong branding strategy.

“Branding will be the difference between success and failure in the emerging legal cannabis business,” said the Co-Founder and CEO of WeedClub.com, Evan Horowitz, during an interview with Forbes.

Cannabis brands that have been successful so far, are working to identify a target area of the consumer market and tweaking their branding efforts to grasp the attention in that realm. New Frontier Data, an analytics firm, notes that those who have been successful are the brands that are currently most suitable for winning market share when pitted against their competition.

A recent article published by Forbes demonstrates the importance of cannabis branding, as well as the direction it is headed in. “Products that are marketed for the effect or mood have stood out from the crowd. Also using marketing that is lifestyle-based has been successful,” says Olivia Mannix, who works at the Cannabrand Agency.

In terms of branding and marketing, what should a cannabis brand accomplish?

Trust, legitimacy, and transparency are three key facets of a victorious cannabis branding strategy. A customer must feel confident that the products they favor outshine the quality of other brands, not to mention those on the black market. This uniqueness is something that can be accomplished with brand storytelling.

Innovation is a key aspect of targeting the new generation of cannabis consumers, which comprises a rather broad spectrum of consumers. Millennials make up a staggering 80% of the cannabis consumer base. Meanwhile, 8 out of 10 Baby Boomers support legal medical cannabis and 63% of Gen X-ers support cannabis legalization.

By studying today’s top industry competitors, it’s noticeable each company is tackling innovation in their own way. From Nutritional High’s swelling brand portfolio, to FLÏ’s broad spectrum of controlled-dose edibles, these brands are dominating the legal weed industry by establishing their powerful image in the form of branding.

Moreover, a cannabis brand ought to educate their target market. This doesn’t mean just informing them about their particular product range but also, what innovations are emerging in the market, why science backs up the claims, and so on.

An Expansion Strategy is Key for Market Domination

An established brand’s reputation and credibility can be used to welcome fresh product ranges or sub-brands, thus accomplishing brand expansion. However, this isn’t possible without proper marketing. Learning how to conduct research and testing that is synergistic with your brand’s target audience will enable you to make a calculated decision regarding an expansion strategy.

“Cannapreneurs” can take inspiration from a noteworthy company like Nutritional High, which has perfectly executed a marketing and branding strategy that has enabled it to pursue co-investment and joint-venture partnerships with many brands in the industry. By focusing on the strategic acquisitions of brands and businesses, a legal company can maximize their existing brand portfolio’s visibility – something that is critical for brand-building.

Establishing a Product, Distribution, Branding and Promotion Strategy

Rule number one for cannabis entrepreneurs who want to get their products seen by a large market is to focus on the highest-margin segments of the industry. Once again, Nutritional High demonstrates their efficacy at accomplishing such a task.

Nutritional high is focused on producing only the highest quality oil; nothing beats their standard for extracted and infused products. The company is integrating the best manufacturing and extraction methods, which they believe will eventually emerge as the gold standard in the metamorphosing industry.

Cannabis companies that progressively innovate in their acquisition and development strategies can target a unique market, not to mention expand their products beyond the borders of their existing target market. Novel delivery systems are an integral cog in the inner-workings of the legal cannabis industry, since they can provide consumers with a broad spectrum of consumption options; ranging from the discreet (vapes and oils) to the delicious (edibles).

The pressure really is on for cannabis companies to stand out in North America’s largest legal markets, let alone other places on the map. Opportunity is still available in every segment of the legal cannabis industry and in order to stand out in the ever-evolving market, a well-executed branding and marketing strategy is crucial. By approaching the marketing aspect with a clear strategy in place, it’s possible to yield major exposure for your cannabis brand.

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Cannabis edibles and extracts have emerged as two of the most in-demand product segment markets. The combined concentrates markets in Colorado, Oregon, and Washington inflated by 83.9% during 2016, when sales pulled in $498.4 million! These are three U.S. states in which Nutritional High currently has active projects underway, out of a total five. The other states that Nutritional High has operations in are California and Nevada. Outside of U.S. borders, Nutritional High also has some potential opportunities in both Canada and International markets.

As a company, Nutritional High is committed to developing, manufacturing, and distributing controlled-dose products through the infused cannabis segment of the industry. Included in this product range are an assortment of innovative oil extracts and edibles designed for both medical and adult recreational use. Compliant with current cannabis industry regulations and standards, Nutritional High’s operations are conducted exclusively through licensed facilities in jurisdictions where cannabis-related activity is permitted and regulated by state law.

Since garnering a foothold in Colorado, Nutritional High’s portfolio has continue to expand and grow with various cannabis partnerships far beyond “The Centennial State”.

Businesses Must Adapt with the Ever-Evolving Cannabis Industry

Recent announcements for Nutritional High have included its entry into a formal agreement to purchase a 51% interest in Bright Green Lights LLC (JMEDS edibles) and 75% of Nevada-based Green Therapeutics LLC (with the option of buying the remaining 25% interest). Nutritional High also operates the only cannabis dispensary within a 60-mile radius in Illinois. In addition to this, one of the company’s major highlights of 2018 was the acquisition of the assets of Calyx Brands, a California based distribution company.


With how quickly the industry is moving, companies could be missing out on some fantastic opportunities if they aren’t working hard to broaden their product line and strategic partnerships. Adapting with the ever-changing cannabis industry is integral for a business to stay afloat among their competitors. According to Grandview Research, the legal cannabis market will be worth $146.4 billion by 2025, inflating with a CAGR of 34.6%.

However, Nutritional High’s business strategy doesn’t just stop at the aforementioned acquisitions. As a company, the management team is constantly on the lookout for states and locations that have potential to be lucrative in terms of a cannabis investment. Potential markets are emerging as opportune for cannabis companies across the U.S., especially with the recent midterm election results.

Some of the current industry’s most recent popular avenues for expansion:

Florida – Legal cannabis market share will creep up from the 0.2% recorded in 2017 to 10.4% in 2025. Although it is currently outpaced by the cannabis sales in California and Colorado, Florida is expected to rank as the third-biggest legal cannabis market by the year 2022. In total, Florida is predicted to earn $1.74 billion from medical cannabis sales alone. The state is home to some 21 million people and with a broad spectrum of medical cannabis products available under physician approval such as oils, edibles and vapes. There is no doubt that Florida is ripe with opportunity for the cannabiz.

Michigan – If Michigan’s medical cannabis industry continues to thrive, it could be earning approximately $883.9 million by the year 2025. “Cannapreneurs” are becoming increasingly interested in Michigan’s cannabis market, what with the U.S. state voting to legalize the plant for recreational purposes this past November. Furthermore, in July of 2018, Michigan’s initial medical cannabis licenses were awarded. The awarding of licenses ultimately kickstarted what is predicted to be a multi-million dollar industry.

Maine – By 2025, Maine could be raking in as much as $432 million in cannabis sales revenue. Maine deals have been quiet in the industry, it’s definitely not in the limelight like Colorado and California have been. At the start of February, Maine ensured that employers could not turn away employees/punish them for using cannabis both on and off-duty. Employers in Maine can no longer test their job applicants for cannabis consumption. It is the first U.S. state to enact such laws in terms of labor. Dispensary rules are still in the works. However, there’s currently nowhere to obtain cannabis in Maine (unless you’re a qualified medical patient).

Arizona – Arizona’s cannabis industry is trending upward, and could pull in $876 million dollars by 2025. Medical cannabis sales have increased from 5,012 pounds in August 2016 to 10,826 pounds in August of 2018, based on data released by the Arizona Department of Health Services. The number of enrolled patients over that two-year period has also climbed from 105,076 to 178,257. All of Arizona’s available cannabis business licenses have been issued and despite the unsuccessful attempt to get an adult-use initiative on the ballot this year, cannabis industry experts predict the issue will be voted on in 2020.

New Mexico – For the fourth quarter of 2018, New Mexico cannabis sales accrued to $23.8 million. After November 7th’s election, the U.S. state has moved closer to cannabis reform via the state legislator. Pro-cannabis Michelle Lujan Grisham is the Governor-elect and with her help, drug policy reform should progress in New Mexico. Not only has Grisham actively shown her support for the state’s medical cannabis program but also, she assisted in the program’s inauguration during her time served as Secretary of Health. What’s more, she has batted for congressional legislation to enable veterans access to medical cannabis.

Nutritional High Presents Investors with Strategic Partnerships

A lot of things have been happening in the cannabis industry, with scientific research and evidence based claims being the most significant growth driver. Since there are so many medical conditions and ailments that cannabis can be potentially used to treat, including chronic pain, inflammation, epileptic seizures and chemotherapy-related nausea, it’s no wonder why markets are evolving overseas, too. Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom have all experienced some kind of cannabis-related activity this year, indicating an increasing acceptance of cannabis.

What’s more, Nutritional High recently entered into a joint venture with a licensed Canadian extraction company – a move that is helping to create international exportation opportunities for Nutritional High. Strategic partnerships with various cannabis-related companies are likely to ensue, but time will tell which additional states the company will choose to expand its operations into.

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