The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc. has signed a pact with Alberta Cannabis and their online store, www.albertacannabis.org about the supply of 7-acres cannabis to Alberta Cannabis. According to the agreement, the Supreme Cannabis will lawfully supply cannabis to Alberta Cannabis under the terms of the pact. This pact came into being on 5 July 2018 in the city of Toronto. According to the agreement, the “7-Acres” will facilitate Alberta Cannabis with their cannabis oil and other items, meanwhile, Alberta Cannabis will figure out the customer’s demand of the recreational cannabis in the market. This will help us to have an idea of the value of the recreational market and update our supply needs. By doing so, Alberta is now the company’s second provincial recreational partner. So now, the trend of using dried flowers is fading in Toronto. Also check out Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS), Alberta Cannabis, BC Cannabis Store or Societe Quebec de Cannabis to see what other provinces are offering.
About Supreme Cannabis:
Supreme cannabis is a publicly-traded company aimed at expanding to be a major cultivator and distributor of organic cannabis via its 7-Acres. It is basically a federally licensed cannabis producer operating in a capacity of 342,000 sq. ft. of hybrid. It is one of the best combinations of technology for indoor production and the efficiencies and sustainability of a greenhouse. The high quality of our product has made us leaders in mass cultivation and has allowed us to emerge as Canada’s first B2B producer.
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For further information: Investor Relations, Scott Davidson, Bayfield Strategy, Inc., Phone: 416-466-6265, Email: email@example.com, Website: supreme.ca