MJardin Receives Cultivation and Processing License at Second Ontario Facility

The facility, located in Dunnville, is a joint venture between MJardin Group (75%) and Grand River Organics (25%).

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TORONTO and DENVER, Feb. 19, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PRESS RELEASE -- MJardin Group, Inc., a cannabis producer, has announced that one of its indoor cannabis cultivation facilities “GRO”,  located in Dunnville, Ontario, has received its cultivation and processing license from Health Canada. The facility is a joint venture between MJardin Group (75%) and Grand River Organics (25%).

The 11,000-square-foot facility is estimated to produce 1,200 kg of premium flower and 396 kg of trim for a total of 1,596 kg of product per year and is expected to reach full production capacity in Q3 2020. “GRO” houses five compartmentalized flower rooms of equal size. The facility is equipped with optimal HVAC and fertigation systems that will ensure workflow efficiency and consistency in cultivation of product.

“We are pleased to have reached this important milestone and are eager to begin cultivating at this facility,” said Pat Witcher, CEO of MJardin Group. “Our Canadian footprint continues to successfully come online via cultivation and sales of our high THC premium product and we look forward to reaching even more of the market in 2020 with our strategic partners. This is a very exciting time for our group.”

The company has been awarded four cultivation licenses and two sales licenses in the Canadian portfolio and eagerly anticipates the completion of construction and full roll-out of its Canadian assets.