The Valens Company Inc (CVE:VLNS) (OTCQX:VLNCF) (FRA:7LV) announced Tuesday the addition of SōRSE Clear, a stable, clear emulsion with a minimal sensory profile, to the SōRSE by Valens offering for CBD isolate product formats.
SōRSE Technology is a water-soluble emulsion technology designed for product developers to provide consumers with a more consistent cannabinoid experience with user-controlled dosing, demonstrated shelf-stability, and safe ingredients.
Valens has been leveraging this emulsion technology to transform cannabis extracts into water-soluble forms and to infuse beverages, edibles and topicals without a cannabis aroma and after-taste.
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"As the exclusive partner for the development and custom manufacturing of best-in-class cannabis derivative products in Canada, having access to the highest quality cannabinoid emulsion technology is critically important," said CEO Tyler Robson in a statement.
"We have made great strides revolutionizing many of our product lines with SōRSE by Valens, including more mature formats such as tinctures, and the addition of SōRSE Clear will only deepen our ability to innovate a diverse portfolio of products for the forthcoming 3.0 market."
Valens said that SōRSE Clear is currently available in a liquid format and contains safe, vegan, allergen-free ingredients. The new emulsion offering features multiple benefits including stability, safety, improved sensory experience, homogeneity, and seamless integration.
SōRSE Clear also complies with all the main safety and testing protocols, including Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and The Global Safety Food Initiative (GFSI).
Howard Lee, CEO of SōRSE, added: "We believe that SōRSE Clear is a game-changer for the cannabis industry and we have no doubt that The Valens Company will harness this technology to continue to formulate the most innovative, premium cannabis-infused products for Canadian consumers."
Valens is the largest third-party extraction company in Canada, with an annual capacity of 425,000 kilograms of dried cannabis and hemp biomass at its facility in Kelowna, British Columbia. It is equipped to service Canadian demand, as well as the global markets with efficiency at scale.
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