Eve & Co Completes First Shipment of Dried Flower to the Province of Alberta

Published: April 29, 2021

Eve & Co Completes First Shipment of Dried Flower to the Province of Alberta

Eve & Co Incorporated announced that it has, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Natural MedCo Ltd. (“NMC”), successfully completed its first shipment of cannabis under its supply agreement with Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis ( “AGLC”). Eve & Co’s recreational cannabis products will be available on Alberta’s online store (AlbertaCannabis.org) and can be purchased by the province’s privately owned licensed retailers.

The first shipment consisted of Eve & Co’s 28g dried flower products, available in Sativa Blend and Indica Blend. The cannabis flower in these new products is sun-grown in Southwestern Ontario, hang-dried, machine-trimmed and hand-finished to maintain optimal flavour and quality.

“We are proud to continue to grow our distribution network across Canada,” said Melinda Rombouts, President and Chief Executive Officer of Eve & Co. “The Alberta market offers a significant network of licensed retailers, and we see this as a substantial opportunity for the Eve brand. We are looking forward to building our presence in this market.”

Eve & Co, through its wholly-owned subsidiary NMC, holds cultivation and processing licences under the Cannabis Act (Canada) for the production and sale of various cannabis products, including dried cannabis, cannabis plants and extraction of cannabis oil and has received its European Union certificate of Good Manufacturing Practice. NMC was Canada’s first female-founded licensed producer of medicinal marijuana and received its cultivation licence from Health Canada in 2016. Eve & Co is led by a team of agricultural experts and has a licensed 1,000,000 square foot greenhouse located in Strathroy, Ontario.

The Company’s website can be visited at www.evecannabis.ca.

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