You've gotta love it when a plan comes together: 1933 Industries (TGIF.C), which has been banging the same 'we're grownups, we're doing it right, hang tight' drum for several years now, dropped news this February 14 that will make any Valentine's heart swell with joy. "Following the completion of a combined 20,000-square-foot expanded cultivation, extraction, manufacturing and distribution facility in the Los Angeles area, the company began harvesting its first cannabis crop this week to be utilized for both its proprietary brand Alternative Medicine Association (AMA), as well as for its licensing partner luxury brand Blonde cannabis, with products earmarked for dispensaries for the first time outside of Nevada."
1933 Industries (TGIF.C) has kept their January 7th promise to get the first harvest of their California operation in full swing, while getting their Canna Hemp products to dispensaries across the state.
1933 Industries (TGIF.C) announced that they’re ready to begin manufacturing their line of CBD wellness products, and debuted their subsidiary, Alternative Medicine Association’s, branded THC products for the first time for the California dispensary market.
1933 Industries’ (TGIF.C) penned a two-year licensing agreement between their subsidiary Alternative Medicine Association (AMA) and Los Angeles-based The Pantry Company to produce edible products in Nevada.
Yeah we lost money, what’s it to you? 1933 Industries (TGIF.C) takes the transparent route and we love it
Regular readers will know I’ve been a little quiet of late on the cannabis space, which is by design. If I’m not going in full welly on a given sector or company, I’m certainly not going to suggest you should, and quite frankly the cannabis business was overdue for a reckoning, as I stated back in February.
Yesterday, weed stocks were generally green. The day before too. This brought about a load of folks on social media talking about how ‘cannabis is back!’ and ‘the bear market is over!’
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