Loudpack Announces Loudpack Legacy, a New Program to Support Local California Farmers

The initiative is designed to support local cannabis farms and farmers in California through partnerships with licensed growers.

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September 10, 2018
Press Release

Los Angeles, CA September 2018 — PRESS RELEASE — Loudpack has announced the launch of Loudpack Legacy, an initiative designed to support local cannabis farms and farmers in California through partnerships with licensed growers. As part of the company’s ongoing efforts to bolster the local cannabis community, Loudpack has deepened partnerships with farms in four counties including Humboldt, Mendocino,Trinity and Lake County.

Loudpack will utilize its vertical amalgamation of cultivation, manufacturing and distribution relationships to highlight the small batch cannabis that each of the farms has to offer, bringing their product to a new range of consumers.

“This initiative has been part of our long-term growth plan, due to both an overwhelming consumer demand and strong desire to drive business to the local farmers we value and have worked with over the years. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring Loudpack’s manufacturing and branding expertise to our local cannabis community,” said John Cochran, CEO of Loudpack.

Loudpack Legacy is designed to strengthen independent farmers to compete with supply chains of the larger mass market.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Loudpack Legacy and to have this unique opportunity to get our flower into the hands of more consumers, allowing people all over California to enjoy our product. Humboldt County is really the bedrock of the cannabis community in California and it is very exciting for small farms like ours to finally have a platform to showcase these traditional styles of farming and spread awareness of our sustainable and mindful practices,” Hannah Whyte, owner of Emerald Queen Farms.