HollyWeed North Manufacturing & Extracts Inc. Receives Dealer's License

Published: June 26, 2018

HollyWeed North Manufacturing & Extracts Inc. Receives Dealer's License

Renee Gagnon, Founder and CEO of HollyWeed North Cannabis Inc. announced that HollyWeed Manufacturing & Extracts Inc. (a subsidiary of HollyWeed North Cannabis Inc.) have been issued their Dealer’s License from Health Canada.

As licensed under the Health Canada Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, HollyWeed Manufacturing and Extracts Inc. will be able to import and export cannabis products with approved countries where trading is legal and permitted.

In addition, HollyWeed Manufacturing and Extracts Inc. will be able to manufacture products as per current regulatory specifications and export them to the approved countries.

Obtaining the license will allow HollyWeed Manufacturing and Extracts to work with Canadian Licensed Producers as a contract manufacturer of approved cannabis products as well as to perform research and development activities to develop novel extraction methods/technologies and product formulations.

“It has been my pleasure to assemble a supergroup, give them the resources they need and now obtaining our license is the result,” said Gagnon, “Record time and easy inspection, we are now positioned to lead the manufactured cannabis space.”

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