FEEL FOODS ANNOUNCES APPLICATION FOR DTC ELIGIBILITY AND UNITED STATES SYMBOL CHANGE TO “FLLLF”

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Vancouver, B.C. – August 12th, 2021– Feel Foods Ltd. (the "Company" or "FEEL") (CSE:FEEL) (OTC:FLLLF) is please to announce that at the commencement of trading today August 12th, 2021 the company will begin trading under its new symbol FLLLF in the United States. Furthermore, the company has applied for full DTC eligibility through the Depository Trust Company (“DTC”). DTC eligibility will enable an accelerated settlement process and Feel’s shares to be economically transferred between brokerage accounts electronically within the United States.

Feel also announces it has entered into an engagement agreement with Volume Hunters of Vancouver, B.C., Canada, to provide social media and capital markets advisory services to the Company. Volume Hunters will initiate and increase awareness of the Company and its growing agri-food business.

Volume Hunters: https://volumehunters.com

A key part of this mandate will focus on increasing visibility and building relationships with investors.

About Feel Foods Ltd.

FEEL is an agri-food holdings company focused on innovative products and technologies in the food services industry including its wholly owned BE Good plant based foods line up of plant-based chicken, pork and beef products as well as is currently investing in the research and development of keto-friendly plant-based candy products.

Company Contact:

Joel T Warawa

Corporate Communications

info@feelfoodsco.com

+1 604-235-0010

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