Heritage Cannabis Holdings Corp (CSE:CANN) (OTCQX:HERTF) (FRA:2UE) is set to sell its Pura Vida and Purefarma brands in the province of Saskatchewan after receiving a first order from the Weed Pool Cannabis Co-operative there.
The latter is a co-operative of independently-owned cannabis retailers in Saskatchewan and represents more than 50% of licensed cannabis sales in the province.
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"With over 60% of licensed cannabis retailers in Saskatchewan comprised of independent stores, Weed Pool offers all Heritage products efficient access across their retail distribution network, and provides retailers with products and pricing they may not otherwise have access to," said Clint Sharples, the CEO of Heritage, in a statement.
"We have seen growing interest and awareness of our Pura Vida and Purefarma brands in Saskatchewan and with Weed Pool, our brands will soon be widely available there."
Heritage Cannabis is a vertically integrated cannabis provider that currently has two Health Canada approved licensed producers, through its subsidiaries Voyage Cannabis Corp. and CannaCure Corp. both regulated under the Cannabis Act Regulations.
Heritage launched both Pura Vida and Purefarma vape cartridges in September this year and last month said the response by customers has been tremendous in the two provinces in which they are available – British Columbia and Manitoba.
"We are confident that Weed Pool customers will be truly impressed that we are adding Heritage’s Purefarma and Pura Vida full spectrum 510 vapes and oils to our inventory. We are excited to bring these multi-award-winning, medical-grade offerings to the recreational market," added Jim Southam, president and CEO of Prairie Cannabis Ltd.
Weed Pool is also a cannabis wholesaler licensed by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) focused on collectively sourcing cannabis products for its members and other retailers in Saskatchewan.
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