CAN: "We obtained a key certification for international export"

Rubicon Organics announced that its’ Delta Facility had received its CUMCS Equivalency IMC-G.A.P. certification, the leading certification standard for medical cannabis cultivation, harvest, and primary processing.

Through the IMC-G.A.P. certification process, CU has declared that Rubicon Organics’ dried cannabis products are compliant in accordance with the World Health Organization’s (“WHO”) guidelines on Good Agricultural Practices (“GACP”) Medicinal Plants, the European Medicines Agency’s (“EMEA”), Guideline on GACP for Herbal Medical Products, and the Israeli Medical Cannabis GACP.

Obtaining the certification provides documented evidence that Rubicon Organics has met IMC-G.A.P.’s, WHO’s, and EMEA’s strict standards for quality and consistency in the cultivation, harvest, and primary processing of cannabis needed for export of cannabis inputs to certain jurisdictions, including Israel, Europe, and Australia, for further processing into finished good via a GMP certified production facility.

“Rubicon Organics has achieved an important milestone for international export with the Certification as it allows Rubicon to export our products internationally and is a key step in delivering on our vision to be the global brand leader in premium organic cannabis,” said Jesse McConnell, Chief Executive Officer.

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