Supreme Cannabis to Double Annual Production

Published: July 11, 2018

Supreme Cannabis to Double Annual Production

The Supreme Cannabis Company, has obtained Health Canada approval to commence cultivation on approximately 30,000 square feet of additional flowering rooms at its 7ACRES facility. The new capacity is expected to double 7ACRES’ estimated annual production from 5,000kg to 10,000kg.

The proprietary technology and modular design of 7ACRES’ facility has allowed for the rapid scaling of operations while maintaining industry-leading product quality, production standards and minimizing execution risk.

“Since receiving its license just over 24 months ago, 7ACRES has demonstrated that it is one of the fastest scaling producers in the industry, having added more than 60,000 square feet of flowering capacity over this brief period,” said John Fowler, CEO of Supreme. “With this capacity expansion, 7ACRES is positioned as a top producer and the leading recreational brand for adult consumers seeking a high-quality product.”

Total completion of growing rooms at the 342,000-square foot 7ACRES facility is on schedule for completion in December 2018.

To date, the Company has announced supply agreements with the provinces of Manitoba and Alberta, and have submitted applications with other provinces. With an annual production capacity expected to reach 50,000 kg once the 7ACRES facility is fully operational, the Company is committed to supplying premium-quality cannabis flower to the Canadian recreational market from coast-to-coast.

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