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Lume Cannabis plans to take over Skymint facility

A Michigan cannabis company plans to take over a 56,000-square-foot marijuana growing and processing facility near Lansing after a competitor went into receivership last year.

Troy-based Lume Cannabis Co. plans to occupy the facility at 10070 Harvest Park, previously occupied by Green Peak Industries, which operates under the brand name Skymint.

Lume Cannabis Co. announced its plans to take over the facility on Wednesday. Skymint began construction of the facility over five years ago.

"Lume plans to produce its premium Gold Label fresh frozen live rosin cannabis products at the facility, and the company will invest millions of dollars in renovations to ensure Lume’s quality standards are met, Doug Hellyar, president and COO of Lume Cannabis Co., said in a release.

Read more at: eu.lansingstatejournal.com

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