Synergy Reports Preliminary Third Quarter Results

Synergy Brands (OTCQX: SYBR):

Three Month results ended 9/30/2010

 

Profit increased by 79% to $713,580 (4c/share)

EBITDA increased by 30% to $1.9 million.

Gross profit increased by 16% to $3.3 Million

Revenues decreased by 22% to $18.3 million

 

Nine Months results ended 9/30/2010

 

Profit decreased by 37% to $680,000 (4c/share)

EBITDA increased by 14% to $4.4 million.

Gross profit increased by 11% to $8.7 Million

Revenues decreased by 12% to $67.3 million

Synergy Brands announced preliminary third quarter results. The Company is continuing its expansion of Quality Food Brands (QFB) in Michigan by developing its proprietary brands along with store brands and private labels products, while downsizing its low margin traditional grocery business in New York. QFB is expected to double its revenues in 2010 while the company’s traditional low margin grocery business is expected to be reduced by about 50% in 2010. The Company added several major national customers for its QFB business in the third quarter along with additional complimentary lines within its brand offerings. QFB sells baking mixes, flour, pancake mixes, mashed potatoes, pasta salads and variety of skillets and packaged meals under the “Paula Deen”, “Loretta”, Gourmet Select”, and “Country Value” brands along with private label brands to major retailers in North America and several international markets. The Company expects to release third quarter results by 11/15/2010.

More information on Synergy Brands can be found at www.sybr.com and www.qfbi.net

Forward-looking statements:

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