Rubicon Organics Awarded Cultivation & Processing Licenses from Health Canada

Published: February 4, 2019

Rubicon Organics Awarded Cultivation & Processing Licenses from Health Canada

Rubicon Organics Inc., an organic cannabis producer with operations in Canada, Washington and California, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Vintages Organic Cannabis Company Inc., has been awarded cultivation and processing licenses from Health Canada pursuant to the Cannabis Act. Rubicon Organics is positioned to expand its leadership presence by providing super-premium, certified organic products for recreational and medical use in Canada and for export to international markets.

The Cultivation & Processing Licenses were awarded to Rubicon Organics’ 20-acre property with a state-of-the-art 125,000 sq. ft. facility in British Columbia. The facility has been specifically designed to be the best of both worlds, by utilizing both industry leading LED technology and supplemental sunlight allowing Rubicon Organics to produce organic cannabis at scale at the highest possible quality.

“Our next generation facility design when paired with our proprietary certified organic production system results in terpene and cannabinoid levels that will be unrivalled in Canada,” said Jesse McConnell, Co-Founder and CEO of Rubicon Organics. “Our team is fully invested in understanding the Canadian marketplace and consumer, and we are excited to introduce our premium quality, terpene rich organic cannabis products through our recreational and medical cannabis brands in 2019.”

The Cultivation & Processing Licenses allow Rubicon Organics to bring in an extensive library of unique and proven genetic starting materials with their first harvest anticipated in Q2 2019.

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