The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings is entering the global hemp-CBD market by debuting its Global Strategic Hemp Division. According to them, the move will leverage the company’s expertise in the European hemp-CBD market across its established network of international partners.
TGOD estimates that the global CBD market will reach $22 billion in less than three years. TGOD will move into the global sector as the demand for high-quality hemp-CBD products in Europe grows. In 2018, TGOD acquired HemPoland, which has an expanding footprint and distributor network across Europe.
“Our team has years of direct hands-on experience in the CBD space,” TGOD CEO Brian Athaide stated.
"Our strategy includes several initiatives, including expansion in Canada, Germany, Jamaica, Mexico, Poland and the United States. For our entry into the U.S. market, we have developed a suite of hemp-CBD products, including CBD-infused beverages. Our approach enables us to enter the American hemp-CBD market quickly and with a capital-light business model."
TGOD has also received organic certification from Pro-Cert for its Valleyfield, Quebec, facility. TGOD anticipates that, when completed, that location will reach 1.3 million square feet and become one of the largest organic cannabis greenhouses in the world. The company already has certified organic growing facilities in Europe and Canada.
TGOD noted that Pro-Cert’s certification programs are ISO 17065 compliant and accredited, offering global recognition and international access to the brands and products it certifies.