ROSE LifeScience is one of the first micro-producers of cannabis to emerge in the Quebec market. And now, the company has put local products on SQDC shelves as a part of their new initiative - DLYS. DLYS by ROSE LifeScience is a brand collective whose mission is to unite Québec's regional micro-producers for the purpose of sharing resources and bringing their local cannabis to market.
Amos is the first product being offered under the DLYS brand. Developed by mindiCANNA mindiCANNA out of Abitibi, QC has already taken off. "Consumers deserve to have access to the great work local producers are doing here. Now they can," said Davide Zaffino, President and CFO of ROSE LifeScience.
mindiCANNA takes advantage of what they call the world’s best water and growing soil to create superior botanicals for their products like Amos. This commitment to quality and consumer satisfaction is a reflection of DLYS’s overall mission says Davide Zaffino.
"This is our passion," chimes in mindiCANNA co-founder Daniel Lessard. "We know how to grow cannabis here, in optimal ways."
Davide Zaffino Breaks Down the Basics of a Micro-Producer
A micro-producer of cannabis is allowed to have a facility of up to 200 square meters or 2,150 square feet. Micro producers, because of their size and limited distribution are meant to focus on producing local products for local consumers. “This new initiative is designed to help bring these new products to market in La Belle Province,” says Davide Zaffino. And in the process, micro-producers bring economic stimulus and local jobs.
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