CAN (ON): Avicanna's new GACP certification allows Columbian expansion

Santa Marta Golden Hemp has met global conformity standards of Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (GACP) for its 360,000 square foot cultivation project in Santa Marta, Colombia. "The certification will allow for the expansion of the Company’s raw materials supply business to include organic and now GACP certified dried flower and biomass at a global level," the Santa Maria Golden Hemp team explains.

"The company’s cultivation infrastructure in Santa Marta, Colombia has a potential output of 30,000 kg of biomass per year where the company has been commercially cultivating CBD, CBG, and THC dominant cultivars for the past few years. This certification completes the company’s objective of establishing a low-cost, sustainable, and standardized supply chain business with global standards including GACP and USDA National Organic Program organic certifications," Avicanna's team stated.

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