- Environmentally-controlled growing chambers generate consistent, superior quality
- Proprietary technologies eliminate risk, ensuring patients enjoy peace of mind
- Publicly-traded ABcann entered funding deal for $15 million at $2.25 per share
The Canadian government’s recent announcement that Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. is recalling several products sold last year after two banned pesticides were found in random samples illustrates the importance of ABcann Global Corp.’s (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF) controlled, pesticide-free approach to growing medical marijuana (http://nnw.fm/VM7zD).
Several other cannabis-growing Canadian companies also reaped the attention of authorities following mandatory testing. Hydropothecary and Peace Naturals both had products recalled earlier this year following detection of banned pesticides in some products, while Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. is still awaiting…
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