A Canadian licensed producer of hydroponically grown cannabis, Emerald Plants Health Source (EPHS), has announced they will be entering into a supply agreement with Pure Global Cannabis, another Canadian LP, to supply them with 1,000 of dried cannabis flower.
The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding which will eventually lead to a wholesale supply agreement in which Pure will purchase and receive the pot throughout a 12-month period, expected to begin in the summer of this year.
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“We are thrilled to be supplying Pure with our signature ‘Craft Grown with Care’ cannabis, cultivated at our downtown Montreal facility. The firming of this relationship is a testament to our unique cultivation process, and the team behind it,” says Steven Perry, President of EPHS, in a release. “The team at Pure aligns with our mission and vision of providing both the medical and adult-use markets with the best possible quality of dried flower.”
EPHS currently operates a production facility in downtown Montreal and is planning to open a second one in Merrit, BC, with over 350,000-sq-ft of cultivation canopy. The smaller Montreal site will continue to be used as a craft growlab and a site to develop automated environments for the larger BC facility.
This agreement follows EPHS achieving their cultivation license in late October 2018. EPHS has since been focused on acquiring unique genetics, enhancing their proprietary cultivation environment and the acquisition of land for the larger facility in Merritt, B.C.
“Pure Global is continuously looking for ways to get the highest quality products for distribution to our clinics, patients, and our online customers,” says Malay Panchal, President and CEO of Pure Global. “The production method and superior product from EPHS ensures that we can deliver on our corporate promise.”