Indiva (NDVA.V) Releases Wana Quick Gummies

Indiva (NDVA.V) is making a name for itself in the cannabis edible market with the launch of their Wana Quick gummies, announced March 4, 2021.

“We couldn’t be more excited to present our new, terpene-enhanced cannabis gummies with all the great taste that Canadians have come to expect from Wana. Indiva has become synonymous with innovation, and Wana Quick gummies are a revolutionary product that really delivers,” said Leah Thiel, marketing director, Indiva

Indiva is a Canadian licensed producer with a variety of popular cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol products under their belt. Among these products in the Wana Brand of edibles which ranks No. 1 in North America. With a three-year growth rate of 203 per-cent, Wana Quick gummies are likely to succeed without a hitch.

“We’re proud of the positive response we’ve received to Wana sour gummies across Canada and look forward to continuing to bring new and innovative products into the space…by putting Canadians’ desires first, we’re finding new ways to surprise and delight consumers with extraordinary cannabis experiences,” added Ms. Thiel

Additionally, Wana Quick gummies are both vegan friendly and gluten-free. Instead of gelatin, pectin is used to give the gummies their texture. To sweeten things further, Wana Quick gummies are handcrafted using a recipe intended to reduce melting. Gone are the days of edibles melting in our pockets and the unintended high that follows!

Wana Quick also uses patent-pending technology Azuca TiME Infusion. Azuca encapsulates each individual CBD molecule, protecting them from elements like heat, light, and other degradation. Furthermore, its single-molecule-delivery system allows your body to absorb it much quicker.

Wana Quick gummies can be consumed both individually or in combination with each other, allowing for a much more customizable experience. The gummies themselves contain 10 milligrams of THC per package and are enhanced with more than 30 terpenes creating a greater experience for consumers.

Indiva’s stock price opened at $0.52 today and currently sits at $0.475.

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