Recently, the Canadian government announced that Broken Coast Cannabis Ltd. was recalling several products sold in 2016 due to the discovery of two banned pesticides in random samples, and several other Canadian cannabis growers have also had product recalls this year after banned pesticides were discovered in their products during mandatory testing. Instances like these serve to further illustrate the importance of the controlled, pesticide-free medical marijuana growth practices of ABcann Global Corp. (TSX.V: ABCN) (OTCQB: ABCCF), which continues to meet product demand through its Napanee, Ontario, production facility and is also moving forward with expansion plans. An article further discussing this topic reads: “ABcann has moved methodically through each stage of our growth since first obtaining our license in 2014,” founder and director Ken Clement said in an update published on the ABcann website. “Providing a high quality, standardized pesticide-free product to our patients remains our number one priority as we initiate our largest expansion plans to date.”
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About ABcann Global Corporation
ABcann Global Corporation’s wholly owned subsidiary, ABcann Medicinals Inc., was one of the first companies to obtain a production license under the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations, which it received on March 21, 2014. It obtained a sales license on December 31, 2015. ABcann’s flagship facility in Napanee, Ontario utilizes proprietary plant-growing technology, including environmentally-controlled chambers capable of monitoring and regulating all variables in the growing process. This approach and the systems in place allow ABcann to produce organically grown and pesticide-free, high-yielding plants, which, in turn, can generate high-quality products that are consistent from batch to batch. ABcann is able to control environmental and nutrient demands, tailor-made for a particular strain of cannabis, without the variation that is typical when producing large quantities in less-controlled, larger rooms and greenhouse-type structures. ABcann’s modular approach to systems technology eliminates scale-up risk and allows ABcann to locate anywhere in the world and maintain consistency and quality of product. ABcann is expanding capacity in its current facility to approximately 30,000 sq ft and concurrently undertaking its expansion into a new 150,000 sq ft facility in Napanee. ABcann is pursuing opportunities in Germany, Australia, Israel and other jurisdictions as well as exploring the development of multiple delivery vehicles. For more information, visit www.abcannglobal.com.
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