US: Flora Arbor to produce Xzibit’s Napalm cannabis brand in Illinois

Flora Arbor has obtained an exclusive licensing and distribution agreement with Napalm to deliver premium products of unwavering quality, innovation, and consistency to the Illinois cannabis market.

"I am excited to collaborate with Flora Arbor to cultivate unique genetics, manufacture, and distribute my line of products. Flora Arbor's commitment to quality, consistency, and responsible cultivation/manufacturing aligns perfectly with my vision," shared Xzibit. "Together, we aim to elevate the cannabis experience and make a positive impact on the community we serve."

"We're thrilled to form a strategic partnership with Xzibit's Napalm brand. For the past several months, we've been blown away by how Xzibit has put his heart and soul into this brand. This is Xzibit's vision of what the best cannabis experience should be; this is his passion. He designed and developed the concept, hardware, and packaging and picked his favorite strains. Once you look at the premium hardware and packaging and experience the perfect strain, you will quickly understand that this is THE Premium brand, and we are humbled that we get to share it with Illinois," said Anthony Carpino, CEO of Flora Arbor.

"I am eager to kickstart a comprehensive brand awareness campaign for Napalm in Illinois and form strategic relationships with dispensaries. Xzibit's authenticity and work ethic have made Napalm one of the fastest-growing brands in the country. As Xzibit says, "Whether it's our flower, concentrates, or edibles – Napalm brings the fire," said Joe Marano, Brand Manager of Flora Arbor. "Flora Arbor is currently identifying dispensary partners to showcase Napalm in Illinois with exclusive drops, initial product launches, and vendor days.

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