In a statement Thursday, the company said that its high-THC signature strain, known as Unite Organic, has performed well enough online and in dispensaries that the Ontario Cannabis Store purchased a second order earlier than expected.
"We are thrilled to witness such strong sales and positive feedback from retailers and consumers across Ontario, Canada's most populous province at 14.32 million people,” CEO Brian Athaide said in a statement. “We can see from the initial response that demand for high-quality flower is strong."
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Athaide added that the company plans to distribute to other provinces in the coming months and launch nationally in early 2020.
On September 3, TGOD announced it had received approval from Health Canada to expand operations at its 123,000-square-foot hybrid greenhouse in Hamilton, Ontario. A second facility is being constructed at its flagship location in Valleyfield, Quebec.
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