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Taylor Carr, Marry Jane AG:

Switzerland: “We needed to expand to satisfy the demand”

"With 12,000 square meters, our cultivation facility was already one of the biggest indoor CBD cultivation facilities in Europe. Now, we are growing by another 3,000 square meters, adding new rooms in our existing facility in Breitenbach, Switzerland," says Taylor Carr, Director of Cultivation at Marry Jane AG. Taylor explains that 35-45% of this new area will be heated using recycled heat from the current grow rooms. "Through our current HVAC system, we will capture excess heat and use it to help dehumidify and heat during the night."

Meeting the demand
Taylor explains that the company needed to expand in order to satisfy the demand. "We are very proud of our high-quality cultivation and our clients love our cannabis products. The additional square meters will also help our existing area to run more efficiently."

On the one hand, Marry Jane will continue to produce CBD cannabis in its facility and introduce new genetics to keep up with changing customer demands. "But we also need more space as we recently acquired the license to produce medical THC cannabis - and started cultivation in a strictly separated area in April 2024," Taylor says. "In the future, we will significantly increase the amount of production of medicinal THC cannabis."

Marry Jane is a vertically integrated company. "The vertical integration is our unique selling point - from cultivation to production and retail. The portfolio includes high-quality cannabis products, from flowers and oils to vapes and sports gels, manufactured to the highest Swiss quality standards. The products have won several of the industry's most prestigious awards," Taylor says.

The Swiss market
According to Taylor, the Swiss cannabis market is exciting and constantly evolving. "There are currently numerous model projects going on for recreational usage and the legislation process is more advanced than in most other European countries. Our focus will continue to be on our home market, Switzerland, as well as on the remaining European countries. We are not complaining about challenges for us as growers, as we are agreeing with the federal legislation as we all want to establish a regulated market in order to compete against our common competitor: the black market. And we can only succeed by offering price-competing, high-quality products in a responsible and regulated way," he concludes.

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