CA (BC): Kentville based facility receives cultivation and processing license

Auxly Cannabis Group has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Robinsons Cannabis , has been granted standard cultivation and processing licences by Health Canada following the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations. The licences give Robinsons the ability to begin cultivation at its fully constructed 27,700 square-foot facility in Kentville, Nova Scotia.

“We are thrilled to have achieved this major milestone,” says Andrew Robinson, head grower with Robinsons Cannabis. “Our goal is to produce the best cannabis we can, for cannabis connoisseurs like ourselves. The licences will allow us to start production and take steps toward delivering a consistent final product focused on taste, smell, and potency.”

Hugo Alves, President of Auxly said: “This is a big milestone for one of our key subsidiaries and member of the Auxly family. We know that Andrew and his team are going to produce some of the best cannabis flower available in Canada and we can’t wait to share it with Canadian consumers. Robinsons is all about an unwavering commitment to quality. We hope to show cannabis connoisseurs, who to date have been generally disappointed with the flower offerings in the market, that passionate artisans operating in the regulated industry can produce an incredible product that reflects their pride and craftsmanship.”

"We expect that Robinsons’ premier products will be available for sale in the fourth quarter of this year, subject to receipt of sales authorization from Health Canada. With a focus on quality, Robinsons plans to release a limited amount of product to the market of approximately 1,100kg per year."

For more information:
Auxly
info@auxly.com 
www.auxly.com  


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