Celebrating one year of cultivation

CAN: "With every crop so far, we have seen improvements"

Greenway Greenhouse Cannabis Corporation acknowledges one year of successful operations since being licensed for cultivation on February 5, 2021.

"We are proud of our team and what we have accomplished over our first year of operations, owing to the tireless efforts in the years of planning it took to get us here," said Carl Mastronardi, President of Greenway Greenhouse.

"Our first year of operations has been a resounding success, I can't think of a better and more sustainable way to enter the Canadian cannabis industry," said Jamie D'Alimonte, CEO of Greenway Greenhouse. "We're starting as a 'right-sized' operator that will never stray from the core fundamentals that have guided us to success."

Since cultivation began at Greenway Greenhouse, thirty lots ranging from 250 to 2000 plants have passed either completely, or in part, through growth, processing, and sale.

Since initial crops, Greenway cultivation has seen marked improvements in cannabinoid potency, terpene retention, visual appeal, and overall product quality. Continued cultivation optimizations and cultivar-specific adjustments have increased THC potency by over 33%, and improvements to growth and processing have increased terpene production and retention by over 25%.

"With every crop so far, we have seen improvements in all of our key quality metrics and performance indicators. Greenway Greenhouse maintains a culture of quality and constant improvement that pervades every aspect of our operations," said Nicholas Nedin, Director of Product Development and Quality Assurance at Greenway Greenhouse.

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Greenway Greenhouse 

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