Independent Lab Confirms Respirer Wine Aerator's Safety - Contrary to Allegations by Vinturi Wine Aerator Maker

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Celeras, LLC responds positively that their Respirer wine aerator is confirmed safe for use contrary to allegations made by Exica, Inc. makers of the Vinturi wine aerator. Independent laboratory testing by Rutgers Center for Advanced Food and Technology using test protocols prescribed by the law firm of Keller and Heckman, LLP confirms Respirer wine aerator safety. "Respirer is safe. Period," said Will Priest, Chief Creative Officer for Celeras. "The admissions by Exica's paid analyst are disturbing. We are considering all our options at this point."

Respirer is safe. Period. We knew it when we initially sold it and our recent test confirms it

Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Calif. (PRWEB) September 9, 2009 -- "We have no hesitation in providing our opinion that Celeras LLC's Respirer wine aerator may be used for repeated-use applications in the manner intended, and that such use may properly be said to be in full compliance with the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and all applicable food additive regulations," confirmed by the Washington D.C based law firm of Keller and Heckman, LLP. Responding to allegations about the safety of its product, Celeras, makers of the Respirer wine aerator, recently asked the renowned Rutgers Center for Advanced Food Technology to test its product under test protocols prescribed by the esteemed law firm of Keller and Heckman, LLP.

In May, Exica, Inc., which makes the competing Vinturi wine aerator, paid for a test to be conducted in an attempt to show that Respirer was unsafe. Exica then provided its test results to distributors of the Respirer.

In fact, Daniel McCoy, the individual who tested Respirer for Exica, stated under oath on June 11, 2009 that the test he performed is not a test used to determine a product's safety and that "it was beyond the scope of (his) expertise to determine whether a product was safe or not." McCoy also testified that "any implication" from his report that the Respirer was unsafe would be "false." McCoy also admitted he did not know what FDA requirements were for products like the Respirer. (Case No. 37-2009-00050774-CU-BT-NC, Superior Court of The State of California, County of San Diego, North County Branch)

"Respirer is safe. Period. We knew it when we initially sold it and our recent test confirms it," said Will Priest, Chief Creative Officer for Celeras. "The admissions by Exica's paid analyst are disturbing. We are considering all our options at this point."

Respirer is available both online and at select retail outlets. To obtain additional information, please visit our website (http://www.winebreathecom) for more information.

Introduced in late 2008, the Respirer wine aerator is a remarkable value with an MSRP of $39.95.

About Celeras, LLC:
Founded in early 2008 on the simple principle of delivering memorable service and products, Celeras, LLC is actively engaged in creating innovative authentic wine accessories designed to enhance the wine enthusiasts' experiences to enjoy wine more.

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