According to its announcement on June 24, Organigram Holdings received licensing approval for 17 cultivation rooms to complete licensing of the Phase 4A development of its Moncton Campus in New Brunswick for total licensed target production capacity of 61,000 kg per year. By the end of the year, Organigram is expected to complete construction on Phase 4 expansion for total target production capacity of 113,000 kilograms per year, once fully licensed and operational.
The company is also refurnishing part of its facility at its Moncton Campus in order to pursue Phase 5 development of a cannabis edibles and derivatives facility and additional extraction capacity. The company has committed to invest C$15 million in a chocolate production line, with capacity of up to four million kilograms of chocolate cannabis edibles per year.
One of only a handful of licensed producers operating in all of Canada’s provinces, the company celebrated the first shipment of its cannabis products to Quebec in June, marking official fulfillment of orders in all 10 provinces from coast to coast.
“Our national reach means brands such as Edison Cannabis Co. and Trailblazer are available across the country, offering a range of cannabis options for legal adult recreational cannabis consumers,” CEO Greg Engel stated in the news release announcing the shipment. “As we look ahead to the legalization of edibles and extracts, we are excited to have the national network in place to offer Canadians access to new thinking and new products as they explore Cannabis 2.0, and a new cannabis experience.”
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