It is well understood by now–academically in some cases, painfully in others–that an LP’s problems do not increase on a linear scale. As a facility doubles its size and personnel, issues surrounding plant health far outpace it.
On January 15, 2019 Biome Grow (BIO.C) expanded its presence in the U.S. capital markets, by listing on the OTCQB – which “introduces more stringent reporting standards and is generally trusted by U.S. investors.”
Highland Grow, a subsidiary of Biome Grow (BIO.C), has received its sales license, opening to door to inter-LP distribution and direct-to-consumer sales.
On December 17, 2018 Biome Grow (BIO.C) announced that it has received a “consumer sales amendment” from Health Canada for its Nova Scotia brand, Highland Grow.
In July, the people of Mexico elected Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to the presidency. Known to supporters and detractors alike as Amlo, Mexico’s president campaigned on fighting corruption and promises of ending the country’s longstanding war on its drug cartels, which has left hundreds of thousands dead.
Heritage Cannabis (CANN.C) receives two updated cultivation licenses, signs agreement with CannTrust
Health Canada’s allocation of updated cultivation licenses to LPs like Heritage Cannabis (CANN.C) has opened up a new revenue stream for companies yet to receive their sales licenses.
Health Canada has just granted one of GTEC Holdings’ (GTEC.V) subsidiaries an updated cultivation license which allows them to sell their product, albeit in a limited capacity.
Biome Grow (BIO.C) has signed the largest cannabis supply agreement in Atlantic Canada through its new deal with Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
First Day of Rec Weed: according to a Global News Report, on October 17, 2018 – “10,000 cannabis sales were made in BC” worth an estimated $41,000.
You can’t buy stock in it on the markets yet but the growing Sasha Jacob/Khurram Malik-steered cannabis play Biome Grow (soon to be RTOed into OAA.C) is adding to its roster with a name that announces some fairly serious intentions, according to news dropped Monday.
In 2014, I said before a crowd at one of the first cannabis company conferences, ‘forget growing weed – nobody invested hard in barley and hops after prohibition ended – they wanted to invest in brands, the Seagrams and Canadian Clubs and Budweisers, that got the maximum margin out of every ingredient.’