Cereplast Featured in Plastics Engineering's Article on

HAWTHORNE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 02, 2007
Cereplast(TM), Inc. (OTCBB:CERP), a producer of proprietary
bio-based resins used as a substitute for petroleum-based plastics was
featured in Plastics Engineering Magazine, in an article featuring the
growth of Biopolymers. Cereplast appeared among the leading forces in
the industry along with NatureWorks, Llc. and Metabolix (MBLX). 
The articles can be found online at: 
About Cereplast, Inc. 
Cereplast, Inc. (OTCBB:CERP) designs and manufactures proprietary
starch-based, renewable plastics. Cereplast has developed a
breakthrough technology to produce proprietary bio-based resins which
are used as substitutes for petroleum-based plastics offering price
stability and competitive costs compared to traditional resins.
Cereplast resins can be used in all major converting process such as
injection molding, thermoforming, blow molding and extrusions. Made
from renewable resources such as corn and potato starch, Cereplast
resins are certified biodegradable and compostable by BPI
(Biodegradable Products Institute) and have comparable or superior
performance characteristics to conventional plastics and return to
nature quickly and safely. Learn more at http://www.cereplast.com 
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competitive and other factors affecting the Company and its
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filed by the Company. 
for Cereplast, Inc.
Kevin Oates, 310-584-8331
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