Halo Labs has been awarded two permanent California state licenses: a Type 11 Distribution and a Type 7 Volatile Manufacturing, for the company’s second facility in Cathedral City (“ICL 9”). As previously disclosed, ICL 9 also has Cathedral City local cannabis business licenses for both manufacturing and distribution.
According to them, CL 9 features 7,800 square feet of manufacturing space and is closely located to Halo’s currently operating Type 7 manufacturing facility, Coastal Harvest. In addition, Coastal Harvest recently received its city cannabis distribution license and the Company is now poised to apply for permanent state license there as well. Cathedral City planning approval hearings for distribution and manufacturing at ICL 9 and distribution at Coastal Harvest are slated for September.
Halo now has a full suite of multiple licensed activities across 9,400 square feet at the Company’s expanding Southern California campus including:
- Extraction (both volatile and nonvolatile solvents)
- Assembly & Packaging
- Wholesale of manufactured products to distributors
- Distribution to all other state licensees including retailers
- Conducting official Certificate of Analysis (“COA”) testing for finished goods
Katharyn Field, Chief Strategy Officer commented, “We are on track to build out our Southern California Cathedral City Campus. These additional licenses and the use of ICL9 will enable us to implement large scale assembly and packaging as well as quick order fulfillment for white label and finished goods distributors and customers.” Ms. Field continued, “We are currently evaluating expansion opportunities in Northern California as well.”
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