Another Delta company gets cannabis licence

Another cannabis company has received the green light from Health Canada to operate in Delta.

Saying it's a craft cannabis producer, Vodis Pharmaceuticals Inc. on River Road was recently issued a standard cultivation licence and processing licence.

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The company notes it operates a 12,000 square-foot indoor facility growing proprietary cultivars for the adult-use, recreational cannabis market.

At full capacity, the Delta facility will yield approximately 1,500 kilograms of craft cannabis annually.

“Our mission will be to provide the Canadian cannabis consumers with the best cannabis grown by small craft producers which we believe will be the growth area of the Canadian cannabis industry,” the company states on its website.

According the Delta's planning department, the rezoning application to operate in the city is still under review. 

It will be the fourth cannabis-related business in Delta operating within an industrial zone.

Embark Health Inc. last week announced it has been granted a processing licence from Health Canada to purchase cannabis material from licensed producers to extract cannabinoids.

Micron Waste Technologies Inc. received a cannabis research licence last fall to develop its aerobic waste digester technology for the treatment of cannabis waste.

Zenabis, formerly called International Herbs Medical Marijuana Ltd., has a 25,000-square-foot grow facility on Annacis Island.

Meanwhile, in other news, a large-scale marijuana greenhouse grower in the Agricultural Land Reserve in Delta has announced one of its subsidiary’s has secured a special authorization from the German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices to distribute medical cannabis flowers

AgraFlora Organics International Inc., which has a partnership with the huge Houweling Nurseries complex on 64th Street in East Ladner, notes that Farmako GmbH is entering the German medical cannabis market which has been undersupplied due to a number of factors including the general scarcity.



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