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MPT Mustard Products & Technologies Inc.

Finding Natural Solutions to Everyday Challenges

www.mptmustardproducts.com

MPT’s patented technology converts the unique properties of mustard seed into formulated biological pesticides that control soil-borne pests and diseases as well as support soil health

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Disclaimer

This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements relating, but not limited, to MPT Mustard Products & Technologies Inc.’s expectations, intentions, plans and beliefs. Forward-looking information can often be identified by forward looking words such as “anticipate”, “believe”, “expect”, “goal”, “plan”, “intent”, “estimate”, “may” and “will” or similar words suggesting future outcomes or other expectations, beliefs, plans, objectives, assumptions, intentions or statements about future events or performance. Forward-looking information may include reserve and resource estimates, estimates of future production, costs of capital projects and timing of commencement of operations, and is based on current expectations that involve a number of business risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from any forward-looking statement include, but are not limited to: demand for MPT’s product not meeting management’s expectations; an unexpected shift in market share to currently known or as yet unknown competitors providing products similar to, or for the same purpose as, those produced by MPT; inability of MPT to raise sufficient capital and/or debt financing to meet MPT’s goals and production targets; costs of inputs, processing, operating or marketing increasing significantly from estimates used by MPT in its projections; delays in obtaining or failures to obtain any required governmental, environmental or other regulatory approvals for the marketing or distribution of MPT’s products; changes in regulatory requirements or environmental policies increasing the cost of MPT to produce or market its products as projected; changes in exchange rates; delays in construction of new facilities or expanded facilities; costs of construction exceeding estimates and other factors. Forward-looking statements are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from expected results.

Shareholders and prospective investors should be aware that these statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those suggested by the forward-looking statements. Shareholders and prospective investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking information. By its nature, forward-looking information involves numerous assumptions, inherent risks and uncertainties, both general and specific, that contribute to the possibility that the predictions, forecasts, projections and various future events will not occur. MPT Mustard Products & Technologies Inc. undertakes no obligation to update publicly or otherwise revise any forward-looking information whether as a result of new information, future events or other such factors which affect this information, except as required by law.

This caution is provided in accordance with the requirements of Parts 4A and 4B of National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations, respecting disclosure of forward-looking information.

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Executive Summary

  • Company
  • Incorporated in 2008 after 10 years of research that originated at Ag-Canada
  • Saskatchewan based with commercial facility in Saskatoon
  • Market
  • Operates in the $51 billion dollar global agricultural pesticide industry
  • Synthetic pesticides are now heavily restricted and limited in supply due to government legislation to reduce their use. Further restrictions are due to take place in the upcoming years with some key competitive products to be completely banned by 2015*
  • Technology & Products
  • MPT’s technology develops safe, food grade, natural soil fumigants & fertilizers sourced from mustard seed
  • MPT’s products can be used to increase yield by up to 80% in organic markets, set backs and buffer zones where competitive products are currently limited – seen in independent 3rd party studies/demo’s
  • MPT’s products can be used in conventional farming to increase yield by up to 26% over an above commonly used synthetic soil fumigants – seen in independent 3rd party studies/demo’s
  • Business
  • By 2015 MPT projects $27M in revenue and $11M in EBITDA per year, based on a 40 metric ton per day manufacturing facility
  • MPT’s business model is scalable, which provides potential for significant upside from current projections
  • Manufacturing
  • MPT’s manufacturing process is proven and operational
  • MPT is currently expanding their manufacturing facility
  • * Source – 2011 International Methyl Bromide Symposium – EPA Update

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Who is MPT?

  • A technology company using applied science to develop innovative market disruptive products for the global agricultural pesticide industry
  • Location in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is ideal, as Saskatchewan is the world’s largest exporter of mustard seed. In 2008, Saskatchewan Agriculture Department Statistics show 161,000 metric tons of mustard were produced in Saskatchewan alone. In 2015, MPT’s sales forecasts call for 15,000 metric tons of mustard seed. This would be equivalent to approximately 9% of Saskatchewan mustard production.
  • Products are sold as MPT’s MustGroTM product line
  • Operates a new 12,000 square foot commercial scale manufacturing facility
  • Collaborating with several of the worlds leading fruit & vegetable growers
  • A strong and growing patent portfolio (3 issued patents, 3 pending patents)
  • Business offers high profit margins and is easily scalable

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Synthetic Pesticides Face Phase Outs

$51 billion dollar global synthetic pesticide market is facing scrutiny due to public perception

Growers forced to look for natural alternatives due to limited supply, reduced efficacy and increased restrictions on use

Increase in organic farming has growers looking for organically approved products that provide conventional efficacy

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Why Use MustGro?

  • MPT’s patented technology converts the unique properties of mustard seed into formulated biological pesticides that control soil-borne pests and diseases as well as support soil health
  • MustGroTM Benefits
  • OMRI Listed (Organic Material Review Institute) for use in organic farming
  • Approved for use in set backs or buffer zones where competitive products are unacceptable
  • Includes 5% slow release nitrogen thus reducing overall nitrogen costs
  • No need for custom application equipment, can be applied by the grower
  • Provides up to an 80% yield increase for organic growers
  • Provides up to a 26% yield increase for conventional growers above and beyond yields obtained when using synthetic alternatives
  • Reduces soil leeching and run-off
  • Encourages beneficial micro-organism activity
  • Provides larger more vigorous plants

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Product Performance - Strawberries

Crates of Strawberries Per Acre

Collaborative Study with Multi-National Grower

  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional 1,851 crates per acre compared to an untreated field or standard organic field
  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional 82 crates per acre than fields treated with Methyl Bromide

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Source – Leading Multi National Grower – Independent Product Demonstration Trial

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Product Performance - Strawberries

Revenue Per Acre ($) of Strawberries

Collaborative Study with Multi-National Grower

  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional $16,659 dollars per acre than untreated fields or standard organic fields (when sold at $9 per crate of strawberries)
  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional $738 per acre than fields treated with Methyl Bromide (when sold at $9 per crate of strawberries)
  • Note – Prices for crates of strawberries vary. Organic Strawberries reach highs of $20 per crate
  • Note – MPT’s MustGro can be used to significantly increase yields on organic strawberry fields

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Source – Leading Multi National Grower – Independent Product Demonstration Trial

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Product Performance - Tomatoes

Pounds of Tomatoes Per Acre Collaborative Studies with 3rd Party Research Firm

& Collaborative Growers

  • MPT’s MustGro increased yield by 81% compared to untreated fields and organic field equivalents. This equates to an additional 28,285 pounds of tomatoes
  • MPT’s MustGro increased yield by 46% compared to fields treated with Paladin. This equates to an additional 19,785 pounds of tomatoes
  • MPT’s MustGro increased yield by 42% compared to fields treated with Inline. This equates to an additional 18,488 pounds of tomatoes
  • MPT’s MustGro increased yield by 24% compared to fields treated with Methyl Bromide. This equates to an additional 12,053 pounds of tomatoes

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Source – Pacific Ag Research Group – Independent 3rd Party Research Consultants

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Product Performance - Tomatoes

Revenue Per Acre of Tomatoes Collaborative Studies with 3rd Party Research Firm

& Collaborative Growers

  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional $9,900 dollars per acre when compared to revenue obtained from untreated or organic equivalent fields
  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional $6,925 dollars per acre when compared to revenue obtained from fields treated with Paladin
  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional $6,471 dollars per acre when compared to revenue obtained from fields treated with Inline
  • MPT’s MustGro provided an additional $2,219 dollars per acre when compared to revenue obtained from fields treated with Methyl Bromide

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Source – Pacific Ag Research Group – Independent 3rd Party Research Consultants

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USA Soil Fumigant Market

Global revenue of Soil Fumigants & Nematicides was ~ $4 Billion in 2010*

Total U.S. Market: $593 million in 2007 – In 2010 this increased to $893 million*

US Strawberry market accounted for $58 million in sales of soil fumigants in 2007*

US tomato market accounted for $63 million in sales of soil fumigants in 2007*

Other US Crops accounted for $445 Million in sales of soil fumigants in 2007*

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*Source – EPA 2007 Pesticide Industry Sales & Usage, BCC Research 2010 Global Biopesticide Market Report, 2009 Achieva Soil Fumigant Marketing Report, 2009 Kline Nematicide Report

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MPT Sales Forecasts

Sales Forecasts (If sold in conventional Only)

Sales Forecasts (If sold in Organic Only)

  • All figures are projected financials and are not guaranteed by the corporation

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MPT Technology & Patents

MPT Intellectual Property & Trade Secrets

Mustard Seed Supply

  • MPT has designed a custom cold press called the Ultra Cold Press
  • The custom designed and modified Ultra Cold Press runs at significantly lower temperatures than the standard cold press and results in higher concentrations of active in the final product
  • The Ultra Cold Press is a trade secret of MPT
  • MPT Formulation & Composition of Matter Patents
  • 2 issued patents covering the use of mustard bran as a biopesticide
  • 2 international PCT pending patents on MustGro formulation and composition
  • 1 Provisional patent on formulation and composition of second generation technology

MPT Ultra Cold Press

MPT Patented Formulation Process

MPT Final Product Processing

MPT Quality Control

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Competitive Advantage

  • Approved and pending registrations provide a significant barrier to entry (A registration takes up to 2 years to get and requires substantial research data that is both costly and time consuming)
  • Manufacturing process is proven and operational with expansion underway
  • Manufacturing facility requires low capital to build in respective to competitive technologies
  • Low risk, easily scalable and economical technology
  • Final product has a long and stable shelf life in comparison to competitive technologies
  • Team has a strong background in key areas
  • Solid and expanding patent portfolio
  • Collaboration with dominant market players
  • Superior product efficacy comparable to synthetic pesticides
  • Clear choice for organic markets with limited competitive products
  • Clear and well defined regulatory pathway
  • Recognized & trademarked brand name
  • Localized sustainable supply of raw materials
  • High margin model
  • Ongoing product development enables MPT to pursue new domestic and international markets

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Competitive Landscape

MustGro Price Comparison with Standard Fumigants

  • All figures are projected financials and are not guaranteed by the corporation
  • Methyl Bromide, a Tri-Cal product is currently being phased out and is heavily restricted and limited in supply
  • Telone, a Dow Agrochemical product has ground water contamination concerns and is a by-product of the plastics industry, it is currently limited in supply
  • Paladin a United Phosphorous product has issues with smell and worker safety
  • Methyl Iodide an Arysta Life Sciences product has worker safety and regulatory issues

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MPT Management

Brad Munro – Chief Executive Officer

  • 20 + years as VP, Investments with a national venture capital firm
  • A vast range of experience in starting, financing and successfully growing emerging technological enterprises, direct experience in developing a similar agricultural technological entity
  • Served as CEO for Humboldt Flour Mills, Canada’s largest exporter of mustard seed, prior to its sale to Viterra Inc
  • Mr. Munro has served as a director of over 25 public companies and an equal amount of private enterprises since 1993

Jay Robinson – Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer

  • Co-Founder of MPT
  • Previous alternative pesticide research manager & consultant
  • Experienced environmental scientist
  • Project manager on international programs

Paul Schorn – Director of Marketing

  • Career with multinational pesticide manufacture and marketing company
  • Responsible for the marketing launch of products that represent substantial sales globally
  • Extensive experience in sales, marketing, research and product development

Contract CFO – Pembrook Capital Advisors Inc

  • Has overseen financing and licensing transactions totaling over $3.1 billion
  • Chartered financial analyst and chartered accountant with over 23 years of experience

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Board of Directors

John Cross – Chairman

Past CEO Philom Bios Inc., founding Executive Director of POS Pilot Plant Corporation

Brad Munro – Director & CEO

Public & Private Company Director, Venture Capitalist, past CEO of Humboldt Flour Mills

Jay Robinson – Director & COO

Co-Founder, General Manager MPT, Environmental Scientist

Warren Libby – Director

Past President of Novartis Crop Protection Canada and Syngenta Crop Protection Canada

Darryn Knibbs – Director

Past Pres/CEO Inter-West Ag Resources Ltd., Past Pres/CEO First Nations farming venture

Frances Wagner – Director

Co-Owner and Vice-President of Peacock Industries

Spencer Early - Director

President of Early’s Farm & Garden in Saskatoon, a 104 year old family business that offers a diversified array of products including agricultural products

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Risk Management

Access to Capital

  • MPT is currently undergoing a financing round to gain access to adequate capital

Regulatory Approval

  • MPT either has its registrations fully approved or those remaining are well underway

Market Adoption

  • MPT is working in collaboration with the majority of North Americas leading fruit and vegetable growers who own the vast majority of the target acres

Product Manufacturing

  • MPT has a manufacturing facility that operates on a commercial scale. It is currently being expanded and upgraded

Competitive Products

  • MPT continues to develop game changing technologies that offer superior efficacy and return

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MPT Raise & Use of Funds

** Options priced at $0.35 per share, expire 2016

** Warrants, exercise price at $0.35 per share, expire 2013

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Subscribers Rights

Securities legislation in certain provinces and territories of Canada provides purchasers with the right to withdraw from an agreement to purchase securities. The right may be exercised within two business days after receipt or deemed receipt of a prospectus, offering memorandum or any amendment thereto. In several of the provinces, securities legislation further provides a purchaser with remedies for rescission or, in some jurisdictions, revisions of the price or damages if the offering document, or any amendment thereto, contains a misrepresentation or is not delivered to the purchaser, provided that such remedies for rescission, revision of the price or damages are exercised by the purchaser within the time limit prescribed by the securities legislation of the purchaser\'s province or territory. The purchaser should refer to any applicable provisions of the securities legislation of the purchaser\'s province or territory for the particulars of these rights or consult with a legal advisor.

If you are a resident of Saskatchewan, and you intend to rely on the rights described above, you must commence your action to cancel the agreement within 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action. You must commence your action for damages within the earlier of one (1) year after you first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, or six (6) years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action.

If you are a resident of Ontario, and you intend to rely on the rights described above, you must commence your action to cancel the agreement within 180 days after you signed the agreement to purchase the securities of MPT. You must commence your action for damages within the earlier of 180 days after learning of the misrepresentation and three (3) years after you signed the agreement to purchase the securities of MPT.

MPT’s securities have not and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933 and are not a public offering in the U.S.

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Questions

Questions?

MPT Mustard Products & Technologies Inc

101 – 111 Research Drive, Atrium Building

Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R2

Canada

Phone: (306) 668-2652

Fax: (306) 225-4600

Website: www.mptmustardproducts.com

CEO – Brad Munro

Phone (306) 227-3208

Email [email protected]

COO – Jay Robinson

Phone (306) 370-8825

Email [email protected]

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