Simply Bare™, Rubicon’s Certified Organic Brand, Receives First Purchase Orders from British Columbia and Saskatchewan

Published: January 21, 2020

Simply Bare™, Rubicon’s Certified Organic Brand, Receives First Purchase Orders from British Columbia and Saskatchewan

Rubicon Organics Inc. announced that, together with its partner Agro-Greens Natural Products Ltd., the first purchase orders for the Company’s Simply Bare Organic flower has been received from both the British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch (“BCLDB”) and National Cannabis Distribution (“NCD”) in Saskatchewan.

“We are excited that our certified organic cannabis flower, Simply Bare Organic will be available not only to consumers in our home province of British Columbia, but also in Saskatchewan,” stated Jesse McConnell, CEO of Rubicon Organics. “There is a market demand for high-quality and terpene rich cannabis. Simply Bare Organic will meet this consumer need.”

Simply BareTM Organic is expected to be available in both provinces in the coming weeks. Simply BareTM Organic products will expand into additional provinces in the near future.

Rubicon Organics Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary Vintages Organic Cannabis Company Inc., holds a license to cultivate and process cannabis and is focused on cultivating and branding certified organic, super-premium cannabis at its flagship 125,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art hybrid greenhouse located on a 20-acre property in Delta, BC, Canada.

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