Supreme Cannabis' 7ACRES Facility Approved for Additional 60,000 Square Feet of Production Capacity

Published: March 25, 2019

Supreme Cannabis' 7ACRES Facility Approved for Additional 60,000 Square Feet of Production Capacity

The Supreme Cannabis Company Inc. announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, 7ACRES, has obtained Health Canada approval for six additional flowering rooms totaling 60,000 sq. ft. of additional production space at its facility in Kincardine, Ontario.

Total flowering room space at 7ACRES increases from 120,000 sq. ft. to 180,000 sq. ft. and 7ACRES’ annual production capacity estimate increases from approximately 17,500kg to 26,250kg. As noted in previous communications, Supreme Cannabis expects that with further production efficiencies following the licensing of all 25 flowering rooms, 7ACRES’ potential capacity is anticipated to reach approximately 50,000kg per year by mid-2019.

“Today’s announcement is a major milestone which represents a 50% increase in our estimated annual production capacity. With 18 of 25 flowering rooms at 7ACRES now approved by Health Canada, production space at our facility is near the finish line,” said John Fowler, President and Founder of Supreme Cannabis. “With our multi-award winning 7ACRES brand now available in 8 out of 10 provinces, we look forward to completing construction of the facility so that cannabis enthusiasts coast-to-coast will be able to enjoy what we believe to be the highest-quality cannabis grown at scale in the country.”

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