The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings uses certified organic, craft growing practices to cultivate high-quality organic medical cannabis. "The company consistently holds to the highest levels of excellence as it strives to become the global leader in organic cannabis solutions. Through innovative tech and low-cost power solutions, TGOD is able to provide cost-efficient premium cannabis," the team with the company explains.
On September 19-20, the company hosted site visits for approximately 25 analysts at its Hamilton and Valleyfield facilities. "This marked the first time that TGOD has shared to this extent its Canadian flower production ramp-up, the unveiling of the cannabis 2.0 portfolio and a sampling of noninfused beverage formulations, which were well received. Management also provided an update on the phased facility’s construction completion," they further explain.
"Along with management, TGOD’s growing operations team introduced analysts from Canada and the United States to the company’s cultivation differentiator, proprietary technology and horticultural practices. Analysts walked the grounds of the combined 1,476,000 sq. ft. purpose-built facilities and received updates on the completion of Hamilton’s hybrid greenhouse and Valleyfield’s anticipated first harvest. Total annual production capacity at Hamilton is now 17,500 kilograms; Valleyfield will have approximately 65,000 kilograms of annual run rate capacity turning on in the fourth quarter of 2019."
“We are doing something no other producer has done before, growing premium certified organic cannabis at scale,” TGOD CEO Brian Athaide stated in a news release. “By leveraging our proprietary growing methods, purpose-built facilities and industry-leading horticultural team, we are creating a wide economic moat within the premium organic segment… We are extremely proud to showcase the hard work that went into designing and building these state-of-the-art facilities as well as our cannabis 2.0 portfolio.”
TGOD is strategically creating a sustainable footing in Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America. The company’s approach is unique and includes operating cultivation and processing facilities across Ontario, Quebec, Jamaica and Denmark. Experience gained from previous business ventures has led TGOD to focus on:
- Cultivating organically and at scale;
- Ensuring logistical and infrastructure controls;
- Utilizing strategic partnerships with experts in their fields; and
- Growing its world class CPG senior management team.