Flower One Holdings has announced the official, operational launch of its technologically advanced cannabis production lab which will operate alongside the Company's 400,000 square-foot greenhouse.
"The new production space encompasses approximately 55,000 square feet and can readily consume between 3,000 – 5,000 pounds of biomass per week – with distillate processing from its ethanol extraction train in the 100-150 liter per week range," the team with the company explains. "Today's announcement enhances Flower One's ability to generate product from its more than 140,000 pounds (62,500 kg) of dry cannabis flower and trim expected annually from the greenhouse."
Thomas Rosengren, Director of Extraction & Production reported: "The Launch of Flower One's bulk distillate process train has been a resounding success – with early lot potencies already testing in the 90%+ range."
"Flower One's production lab has been intentionally designed for large-scale product fulfillment," they further explain. "By leveraging multiple extraction methods – namely ethanol, LPG, and CO2 – that run in parallel, Flower One has access to three upstream extraction channels, granting it the flexibility to leverage the specific extraction techniques needed to produce a wide range of cannabis products. Beyond extraction, the lab will engage in refinement, compounding, and commercial-kitchen-related activities, including ongoing optimization via data-driven continuous improvement processes."
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