MMJ Group Holdings Ltd (ASX:MMJ) investee Embark Health Inc and Mesa Exploration Corp (CVE:MSA) have signed a binding letter of intent to complete a business combination or other similarly structured transaction which will constitute a reverse takeover of Mesa.
Mesa is listed on Toronto Stock Exchange’s Venture Exchange, but it is expected that the company will have no commercial operations and no assets other than cash prior to the closing of the reverse merger.
Focus on vape pens
Earlier this month, Embark entered into a definitive agreement to develop, produce and distribute Volero’s Flyte cannabis 2.0 products for the Canadian market.
The co-production agreement provides for the production and distribution of vape pens through 2021.
Volero will leverage its leading brand traction and product strategy expertise to design, brand and market the innovative vaporiser products.
Embark will provide high-quality raw materials from its supply chain, high-quality cannabis distillate, formulation and filling expertise from its GPP facility, as well as sales and distribution services across Canada to cannabis distributors and retailers.
Loan to Harvest One
MMJ has now entered into an agreement with HVT pursuant to which MMJ has agreed to defer the repayment of its secured loan to HVT in the amount of C$2 million until the earlier of:
- 31 August 2020; and
- the closing or termination of the sale by HVT of its United Greeneries’ licensed cannabis cultivation and processing businesses located in Duncan, British Columbia, to Costa Canna Production LLP.