Diversified offering reinforces commitment to medical customers
SMITHS FALLS, ON , Nov. 1, 2018 /CNW/ – Spectrum Cannabis Inc. (“Spectrum Cannabis”), wholly-owned subsidiary of Canopy Growth Corporation (WEED.TO) (CGC) (“Canopy Growth”), is pleased to announce that it has added dried cannabis products from Craft Grow partner James E. Wagner Cultivation (“JWC”) (JWCA.V) to its online store, reinforcing its commitment to quality and variety for its registered medical customers.
JWC is a Licensed Producer based in Kitchener, Ontario . It began as a family business and is focused on clean, consistent, aeroponically-grown cannabis using its proprietary technology platform, GrowthSTORMTM.
“As cannabis markets evolve in Canada , our medical customers will continue to be a priority. Offering a diverse selection of cannabis, including products from trusted partners like JWC, helps ensure the varied needs of our patient base can be met,” said Mark Zekulin , President and Co-CEO, Canopy Growth.
Products offered through verified third-party partners ensure a win-win-win scenario for Spectrum Cannabis, medical cannabis partners and, most importantly, its medical customers. Through this relationship, Spectrum Cannabis diversifies its online offering, customers get more variety, and JWC gains access to the largest medical customer base in Canada . JWC is the third Licensed Producer to sell its products through the Spectrum Cannabis online store and its first available product is its high-CBD strain “Cannatonic”. In the near future, JWC anticipates that several of its THC-dominant strains will also become available for customers registered to the Spectrum Cannabis online store.
In addition to offering a high variety of products in its store, including discreet, precisely dosed Softgel capsules, Spectrum Cannabis is committed to medical customers by covering the cost of the federal excise tax on Spectrum Cannabis branded products, by continuing to offer its first of its kind Compassionate Pricing program to eligible customers, and by keeping the price of its dried flower products at $8.50 a gram or lower.