AgraFlora Organics International’s subsidiary The Edibles and Infusions Corporation has been awarded a cannabis research licence from Health Canada under the Cannabis Regulations Act.
"The Research License equips AgraFlora with the ability develop cannabis edible formulations as well as perform human sensory testing for taste appearance aroma and texture at its 51500 square foot edibles manufacturing facility located in Winnipeg, Manitoba," the team with the company explains. "The Research License also allows AgraFlora to possess and store dry cannabis, cannabis oils/concentrates and cannabis edibles."
The Company is preparing to immediately begin various formulation and product development campaigns upon the receipt of THC/CBD distillate at its on-site 750 square foot pharmaceutical grade laboratory.
"AgrFlora also announces that its roster of food engineers nutritionists and scientists will be travelling to the Winnipeg Edibles Facility to assist with optimizing bioavailability consistent dosing protocols and the flavouring of its formulations," they further explain. "The Company’s in-house food science consultancy arm is comprised of experienced microbiologists as well as certified bakers trained by the American Institute of Baking (the “AIB”). The AIB is a 100-year-old cornerstone industry authority which has successfully instituted food safety quality management and optimized production practices for the some of the world’s most prominent food conglomerates including P&G Nestle Kraft and Heinz."
"AgraFlora’s food engineers nutritionists and scientists have created numerous turnkey recipes for a variety of Fortune 500 companies resulting in over US$300 million of attributable sales revenues. Armed with 30 years of combined experience within the competitive CPG food product development space the Company’s in-house food science team has developed a portfolio of successful products for CPG industry leaders such as Dean Foods - the largest dairy company in America."
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