Four empty stainless steel vats lie at the centre of Canopy Growth’s plans for cannabis-infused drinks in the Canadian legal pot market. The containers will soon contain more than 300 litres of cannabis resin which will be used to make one of more than a dozen of Canopy’s upcoming drinks.
BNN Bloomberg’s David George-Cosh visited Canopy’s new bottling plant in Smiths Falls, Ont., where employees are doing final tests on the bottling line ahead of the launch of the drinks this December. For Canopy, the stakes are significant. The company needs the launch of these “Cannabis 2.0” products — drinks, edibles, vapes, and topicals — to be a hit and help the pot giant stay on track to be profitable in the next three years.
Source: BNN Bloomberg