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StaffStaffSeptember 16, 2020
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Tabula Rasa Ventures, an Energia company focused on incubation and investment in the psychedelic industry, announced the candidates of its Fall 2020 incubator program designed to: further the development of businesses in the psychedelic industry through executive mentorship; increase diversity and inclusion within the psychedelic ecosystem, and develop an infrastructure to assist entrepreneurs without access to traditional capital.

“For the Fall 2020 round of incubator candidates, we narrowed our scope to start-ups and entrepreneurs that will create a more direct, positive impact on the psychedelic industry and community,” said Energia Founder and CEO Marik Hazan. “The reality is, we are in the infancy stages of a psychedelic renaissance building an industry, and it is imperative we create an equitable, impact-driven psychedelic ecosystem and we believe these candidates will do just that.”

During the three-month program, recipients will experience: access to Tabula Rasa Ventures executives, advisors, connections and networking opportunities; high-level mentorship and training from experts in and outside of the psychedelic industry; unmatched visibility into trends, proprietary research, data and tools, and advice on managing growth, team development, investor relations, governance and strategic planning.

The incubator has taken on four participants.

The participants:

The Arcana Armada; Arcata, CA; Alessandra Nicole Russo; The Arcana Armada seeks to catalyze individual and collective healing through interactive, archetypal fantasy experiences and narrative therapy. These carefully curated experiences offer a safe and playful container to explore social ecology, power dynamics, ritual and myth in a group setting. The curriculum is designed to cultivate the awareness of an interdependent ecosystem,  highlighting the essentiality of biodiversity and the value of more-than-human life.

EPIC Wellness; Houston, TX; Alberto Farinez; Epic Wellness a science-driven company focused on developing advanced orthomolecular products, including myco-botanicals and entheogens. They support our customer’s quest to develop their own health potential. They do so by creating products that harness full-spectrum extracts, the benefits of microdosing select ingredients and the synergy that results from blending them.

Sacred Huachuma Retreats; Netherlands; Alice Sitar; Sacred Huachuma Retreats will be offering retreats in the Netherlands starting early 2021. These retreats support and develop emotional and physical wellbeing, and help cultivate better relationships with ourselves, our own bodies and energy, other people and nature. They will combine bodywork, group therapy and personal integration. They welcome all genders.

Priscilla C. Agoncillo; Austin, TX;  Priscilla has been an advocate for patient’s rights and an entrepreneur in the plant medicine industry for the last 15 years. Priscilla started in Cannabis and is a co-owner of an award-winning cannabis genetics farm. Priscilla is hoping to establish reliable, compliant and consistent pathways to legally cultivate, conduct R&D and develop integrated plant molecule-based medicines


StaffStaffSeptember 16, 2020
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High Tide Inc. (OTCQB: HITIF)  reported revenue for its third quarter of fiscal 2020 of $23.20 million an increase of 180% from $8.29 million for the same quarter last year. High Tide also delivered income from operations of $2.11 million versus a loss from operations of $4.04 million for the same period of 2019. The adjusted EBITDA for the quarter was $3.96 million compared to an adjusted EBITDA loss of $3.37 million for the same quarter last year.

“This exceptional combination of quarterly financial metrics, specifically the record levels and continued growth trends in revenue, gross profit margin, operating income, positive adjusted EBITDA and net income, reinforces our conviction that High Tide is one of the top-performing cannabis companies in Canada today. High Tide’s diversified and integrated businesses, including its best-in-class e-commerce platform, were strategically positioned to generate the Company’s strongest results since inception,” said Raj Grover, President, and Chief Executive Officer.

The company broke down its results as follows:

  • Segment-wise for the three months ended July 31, 2020, revenue was earned 89% ($20.54 million) by Retail, 11% ($2.63 million) by Wholesale, and an immaterial percentage ($0.04 million) by Corporate, which compares to 80% ($6.64 million), 17% ($1.42 million) and 3% ($0.23 million), respectively, for the same period of 2019.
  • Geographically for the three months ended July 31, 2020, revenue was earned 75% ($17.41 million) in Canada, 23% ($5.32 million) in the United States, and 2% ($0.48 million) internationally, which compares to 79% ($6.51 million), 20% ($1.63 million) and 1% ($0.15 million), respectively, for the same quarter last year.

Store Update

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, existing Canna Cabana and KushBar locations remained operational. The company opened four new Canna Cabana retail locations in OntarioNiagara FallsToronto – Parliament, Burlington, and Toronto – Bayview, bringing the current total to 7 branded stores in the province. The company opened a KushBar store in Medicine Hat, Alberta. It also opened a Canna Cabana store in the year-around tourist destination of Banff, Alberta.

The portfolio includes a total of 37 branded retail cannabis locations in OntarioAlberta, and Saskatchewan. Currently, there are approximately 57,000 members of the Cabana Club, which has resulted in over 50% of the Company’s average daily retail cannabis transactions being conducted by Club members.

Looking Ahead

High Tide said it believes that by achieving positive cash flow from operations, the restructuring of $10.8 million of debt into an interest-free debenture due in 2025 and the pending acquisition of META Growth has strongly positioned it to execute on its strategic growth objectives for the remainder of fiscal 2020 and beyond. The company said it is well funded and operationally prepared to further its expansion in Ontario, as Canada’s largest and most underserved market.  Key industry investors in High Tide include Aphria Inc. (TSX: APHA) (NYSE: APHA) and Aurora Cannabis Inc. (NYSE: ACB) (TSX: ACB).


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtSeptember 16, 2020
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PharmHouse is costing Canopy Rivers Inc. (OTC: CNPOF) millions as it works to keep it afloat after the company missed its cash flow goals. The problems have led to a deterioration among the partners causing counterclaims of bad behavior. Canopy Rivers said it will act as a debtor-in-possession lender for PharmHouse and will provide up to $7.2 million in DIP financing. This will allow PharmHouse to continue its day-to-day operations throughout the anticipated restructuring. The Joint Venture Partner (2615975 Ontario Inc.) has indicated that it will not contribute financially to address PharmHouse’s near-term liquidity issues.

Canopy Rivers owns 49% in the joint venture of PharmHouse, which was formed in May 2018. The company partnered with Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC) and TerrAscend Canada Inc. which provided strong support for the company’s significant investment in PharmHouse’s automated production facility, as well as its guarantee of the PharmHouse Credit Facility.

PharmHouse has been granted creditor protection under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act. Ernst & Young Inc. has been appointed by the Court to act as the Monitor of PharmHouse in the CCAA proceedings while PharmHouse explores a restructuring of its business and operations. Canopy Rivers said it views PharmHouse’s decision to seek creditor protection as an important step forward in addressing its liquidity and capital resource concerns.

Canopy Rivers said in August that PharmHouse failed to generate cash flows according to the agreed-upon timeline from the Offtake Agreements and the ultimate timing and receipt of cash flows became uncertain, creating liquidity and capital resource issues at PharmHouse.

Accusations Fly

Discussions regarding the potential renegotiation of the Offtake Agreements were unsuccessful and led to a significant deterioration in the relationship between the parties. Earlier this week, Canopy Rivers disclosed that the partner 2615975 Ontario Inc. had made a number of allegations against the it, Canopy Growth Corporation, and TerrAscend Corp. and TerrAscend Canada Inc., including claims relating to bad faith, fraud, civil conspiracy, breach of the duty of honesty and good faith in contractual relations and breach of fiduciary duty, and claims relating to PharmHouse’s offtake agreements with Canopy Growth and TerrAscend. Canopy Rivers said it considered the claim to be completely without merit and intended to vigorously defend its position at the appropriate time and in the appropriate forum.

Impairment Charges

In connection with the Restructuring, Canopy Rivers said it expects to record certain adjustments on its statement of financial position for its upcoming fiscal quarter ending September 30, 2020. In a statement, Canopy Rivers said it expects to record a full impairment charge on its investment in PharmHouse common shares, which had a carrying value of $32.6 million as at June 30, 2020. The carrying value as at June 30, 2020 reflected the cash investment of $11.0 million made by the company in July 2018 and January 2019, the value of non-cash consideration paid to the Joint Venture Partner upon the formation of PharmHouse, and the company’s cumulative share of PharmHouse’s comprehensive loss, as required by International Financial Reporting Standards.

In addition, Canopy Rivers may recognize impairment charges in respect of all or a portion of the balances relating to shareholder loans advanced by Canopy Rivers to PharmHouse, which were recorded at $50.2 million as of June 30, 2020. Furthermore, the company is a guarantor of PharmHouse’s syndicated credit agreement, which provided PharmHouse with a non-revolving credit facility of $90.0 million. If PharmHouse is unable to service its obligations pursuant to the PharmHouse Credit Facility, the company may be required to recognize a financial liability relating to its guarantee.


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtSeptember 16, 2020
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Cannabis technology company Akerna (Nasdaq: KERN) reported that cannabis sales over the Labor Day weekend (September 4-7) exceeded a quarter billion dollars, however, the increase was lower than previous years. Purchases jumped year-over-year by 23% to $245 million. Akerna said this included both medicinal and adult-use sales. Separately, adult-use sales increased by 35% over the holiday weekend.

Friday (September 4) saw the biggest sales day, representing a year-over-year increase of 36%. Likewise, Saturday saw a 36% increase in sales, while Sunday saw the biggest uptick with a 43% increase. Labor Day itself, however, saw an 8% decrease in sales from the previous year. It should be noted that Massachusetts does not allow sales on holidays and dispensaries in the state were closed for the day.

“Though we saw a smaller increase in cannabis sales than in previous years, that was due in part to increased cannabis sales throughout the year,” says Ryan Ballman, Business Intelligence Analyst. “Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, people are purchasing more cannabis than in previous years. Consequently, we do not see as significant a rise in holiday cannabis sales.”

Akerna gave the following additional insights:

Product Sales by Category for Fri-Mon

Flower – 47.4%
Cartridges/Pens – 29.6% (down 2%)
Concentrates – 12.9% (up 2%)
Infused Edibles – 8.3%
Other – 1.8%

Order Sales by Age Group

Under 30 – 30% (up 3%)
30 to 40 – 30%
40 to 50 – 19%
50 to 60 – 12%
60+ – 9% (down 2%)

Overall State Data

As Ballman noted, states are continuing to rack up huge numbers for cannabis sales. Newcomer Illinois collected $19.2 million in tax revenue during August on recreational marijuana sales, up 38% from July, according to the Illinois Department of Revenue. So far in 2020, the state has collected a total of $86 million in taxes. Sales in August hit $63 million, beating July’s reported $60 million in sales. Out of state consumers purchased $17 million of cannabis in August.

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) reported revenue numbers for cannabis sales for the 2nd Quarter of 2020. As of August 11, 2020, California’s cannabis excise tax generated $101.8 million in revenue reported on the 2nd Quarter 2020 returns due by July 31, 2020, and the cultivation tax generated $22.9 million. Sales tax from cannabis businesses totaled $83.7 million in revenue for the same period.

Total tax revenue reported by the cannabis industry is $208.4 million for 2nd Quarter returns due by July 31, 2020. Previously reported revenue for 1st Quarter 2020 returns was revised to $205.9 million, which included $107.4 million in cannabis excise tax, $26.9 million in cultivation tax, and $71.6 million in sales tax. The state noted that revisions to quarterly data are the result of amended and late returns and other tax return adjustments.

Colorado reported that it collected $40 million in tax receipts for August and $244 million year to date for 2020 or January through August.


StaffStaffSeptember 16, 2020
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Marie Montmarquet is co-founder of MD Numbers Inc., a family of vertically integrated cannabis brands — MD Farms, Marie’s Deliverables, and Legacy Coterie — that provide a range of goods and services to the California supply chain, retail customers, and equity community. Marie is a legacy cannabis operator who’s been passionate about the plant for over 13 years. Her cannabis business expertise and equity activism have put her in the national spotlight. After graduating from the University of Tennessee with a B.A. in Political Science and Psychology, she moved to California from Nashville in 2010. Over the last decade, Marie has created several successful cannabis businesses along with her brother Allen Hackett with whom she co-founded MD Numbers Inc. and its subsidiaries. Marie and Allen are also minority owners of Cannabis Express, having helped build one of the Bay Area’s biggest delivery providers. In addition to developing and scaling successful cannabis businesses, Marie is focused on being an advocate for social justice and equity in the industry. She’s an advisor to the cannabis equity program for Success Centers and offers monthly tours to MD Farms for equity applicants. Marie’s goals for 2020 are to expand MD Numbers and MD Farm’s capacity, develop new properties and build more equity brands; advising, supporting, and championing equity in every way possible.

Full name: Marie Montmarquet

Title: Co-founder

Company: MD Numbers Inc.

Years at current company: 5

Education profile: University of Tennessee — Bachelors of Arts, Double Major Political Science & Psychology

Most successful professional accomplishment before cannabis: Prior to cannabis, I ran my own commission sales company called Direct Effect Marketing based in Tracy, CA. I hired, trained and oversaw the sales team for Direct TV connections inside Costco, Walmart and BestBuy. I started with the company in Nashville, Tennessee, and within three months had generated enough connections to earn a paid move and promotion to California. I excelled at commission sales and won a Dale Carnegie Sales Award for best sales presentation, which then led to becoming a Sales Strategy Coaching Assistant for Dale Carnegie in the Bay Area.

Company Mission: MD Numbers’ primary mission is centered around corporate responsibility, sustainability, and equity in every facet. We believe in being accountable stewards to the environment, our customers, the community, and our employees, including making sure every decision made is centered around leaving the earth better than we found it.

Company’s most successful achievement: MD Farms and Marie’s Deliverables are 100% Black-owned. Through the years, MD Numbers has retained full ownership and control of its enterprises in a space that is generally hostile toward minority operators and predatory of equity licensees.

Has the company raised any capital: Yes

Any plans on raising capital in the future? Yes

Most important company 5-year goal: Continuing to expand our cultivation footprint and vertical integration into Marie’s Deliverables and future retail opportunities.


Cynthia SalarizadehCynthia SalarizadehSeptember 16, 2020
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Latina-owned Indiva Advisors LLP will join an elite roster of accounting firms and representatives on the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) National Commission on Diversity and Inclusion (NCDI).

The NCDI was formed in 2012 to be diversity and inclusion advocates in the accounting profession. The team at Indiva Advisors has broken its own barriers when it comes to diversity and inclusion and looks forward to using its extensive experience to champion minority advancement in the field. Indiva Advisors holds the “small CPA firm” seat on the 2020 roster.

Managing Partner Jessica Velazquez, CPA

Managing Partner Jessica Velazquez, CPA said that she and her team are “proud and honored of this appointment and to serve in this seat,” and that “Representation matters.” She explained that she is looking “forward to advocating for women and minorities on the NCDI” as she has done throughout her career.

Indiva Advisors LLP is the leading accounting firm dedicated to the cannabis industry. Their mission is to transform the expertise and understanding of the evolving cannabis industry into innovative, value-added solutions for those they work with.


StaffStaffSeptember 15, 2020
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for September 15, 2020.

On the Site

Fire & Flower

Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (OTCQX: FFLWF) stock jumped over 6% on news of the company’s rising revenue in the second quarter. The company delivered revenue of $28.6 million including sales of $23.4 million in the retail channel, $4.3 million in the distribution channel, and sales of $0.9 million in the digital retail and analytics channel.

Still, the company reported a net comprehensive loss of $29.1 million, or net loss per share, and on a fully diluted basis of $0.18. the company attributed the loss on expenses of $12.5 million and other expenses of $26.5 million. Other expenses included losses on the revaluation of derivative liabilities of $18.3 million and finance costs of $8.2 million.

Harvest Health

Arizona-based Fibonacci Brands is buying the cannabis company  Darwin Brands from Harvest Health and Recreation (OTC:HRVSF) for an undisclosed amount. Darwin is part of the Arizona Natural Selections company and its products include Caramel Hard Candies, Seriously Good Gummies and award-winning vapes.

In February 2020, Harvest acquired AZ Natural Selections in a deal valued at approximately $30 million, the issuance of a $6.6 million promissory note and it assumed $3.8 million in debt at closing and paid off another $2.9 million at closing. The acquisition provided Harvest with two operational cultivation facilities: a 55,000 sq. ft. indoor cultivation and production facility in Phoenix and a 322-acre site of which 25 acres are zoned for cannabis with 70,000 square feet of greenhouse in Willcox.

In Other News

iAnthus

iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. (OTCQX: ITHUF), announced that, at the meetings of Secured Noteholders, Unsecured Debentureholders and Existing Equityholders (each as defined below and, collectively, the “Securityholders”) held on September 14, 2020, Securityholders voted overwhelmingly in support of the previously announced recapitalization transaction to be implemented by way of a court-approved plan of arrangement under the British Columbia Business Corporations Act.

IIP

Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. (IIP), the first and only real estate company on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: IIPR) focused on the regulated U.S. cannabis industry, announced today that its board of directors has declared a third quarter 2020 dividend of $1.17 per share of common stock, representing an approximately 10% increase over IIP’s second quarter 2020 dividend of $1.06 per share of common stock, and a 50% increase over IIP’s third quarter 2019 dividend of $0.78 per share of common stock. The dividend is equivalent to an annualized dividend of $4.68 per common share, and is the eighth dividend increase since IIP completed its initial public offering in December 2016.

Hemp Tech

Hemp Technology Inc. (OTCBB: HPTY), (“HPTY”), a vertically integrated, publicly traded holding company operating in the hemp industry, had successfully entered into a purchase and sale agreement dated August 11, 2020, to acquire substantially all of the assets of True Leaf Pet Inc. (“TLP”). “We are pleased to advise that we have closed the bulk asset purchase acquisition effective Friday September 11, 2020.”

CanaQuest

CanaQuest Medical Corporation gets listed on THE OCMX™ CanaQuest Medical Corporation is a Life Science/Pharmaceutical Company developing health products utilizing cannabinoid molecules and other botanical compounds (pharmaceutical
grade). The Company is the industry partner for research and product development with Dr. Steven Laviolette, a professor and neuroscientist, at Western University, London, Ontario Canada


StaffStaffSeptember 15, 2020
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Cannabis is one of the fastest growing markets in the United States, employing thousands of workers and generating billions of dollars in sales revenue. Nevertheless, federal law still considers the industry an illicit market, making it difficult for even the most successful of cannabis brands to raise money. One of the ways the cannabis industry has adapted to this frustrating reality is through Shark Tank-style pitch events where companies pitch their brand to interested investors.

One such event is Retail Alchemy. Hosted by the cannabis-focused brokerage firm Cannabis10x, the event offers to open their “inner sanctum of investors” to a host of cannabis brands hoping to secure critical funding and win the ever-coveted Cannabis Crown. 

The pitch contest will take place in two stage. The first event, scheduled to take place on September 16,2020, will feature 40 cannabis brands, selected by Cannbis10x founders Jason Tropf and Holly A. Ford, who will have two minutes to make their pitch to judges. From there, the Top 15 brands selected by the judges will go on to the finals, scheduled to take place on September 26, 2020.

In addition to high net-worth investors and hungry cannabis brands, Retail Alchemy will feature cannabis legend Cheechr Marin, who will deliver the keynote address along with Tropf and Ford. While any event featuring Marin promises to include his signature style of comedy, Tropf says that events will deliver more than just laughs. 

“Pitch events like Retail Alchemy are always a lot of fun, but there’s more to it than that,” says Tropf. “The cannabis industry has an unprecedented opportunity to empower the public and raise our collective consciousness, and that’s something we take seriously.”

Tropf goes on to say he expects Retail Alchemy to carry on the success that previous events organized by Cannabis10X has enjoyed. Earlier this summer, Cannabis10x hosted another pitch event which attracted a collection of investors worth a collective trillion dollars and an international audience spanning 14 countries. 

 


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In support of entrepreneurs-of-color to enter the infused cannabis marketplace, the City of Oakland has announced a $250,000 contract to EquityWorks! Incubator shared kitchen. This is the nation’s first state-funded cannabis manufacturing incubator for social equity cannabis operators. These funds will support the incubation of five (5) Equity Fellows. 

The co-founder of EquityWorks! Incubator, Amber E. Senter, is an entrepreneur and advocate for cannabis equity. She is CEO of Breeze Distro, co-founder of Supernova Women and as a Black woman herself, has the first-hand experience about the challenges for entrepreneurs of color. Senter notes that “this program is the first of its kind. It was created to eliminate the high barriers of entry to the industry. There is a lot of creative innovation in the community, I don’t want a lack of funds or knowledge to be the reason why someone doesn’t act on developing a product or idea. It’s my hope that by eliminating these barriers and providing a pathway to success, this program will not only launch businesses, and create jobs but also change lives.” 

Barriers To Entry

The barriers to cannabis manufacturing operations are high due to extensive infrastructure and regulatory requirements for producing and marketing edible and infused cannabis products. People of Color (POC) have been engaging in recipe development, extraction and consumption of infused cannabis products for decades. Black and Brown-owned cannabis brands reportedly only represent 3% of the cannabis companies in California. The edibles category is California’s fastest and largest growing cannabis segment with 20% year over year growth. 

The goal of EquityWorks! Incubator is to train, empower, and build capacity for full engagement in the cannabis market, especially for communities who have been historically targeted by the War on Drugs to break into the legal cannabis industry. The one (1) year program will ensure each Equity Fellow obtains a state license and it also eliminates barriers for market entry in three (3) key ways: 

1) Lowered Overhead Costs: 

○ Provide each business with 1,200 sq ft of commercial kitchen space 

2) Mentorship: 

○ Deliver workshops, training and skillshare on sourcing, infusions, compliance, marketing and distribution 

3) Revenue: 

○ Supply a guaranteed distribution channel to retail shelf-space, thereby taking the product to market 

 

Aspiring Equity Fellows can apply to EquityWorks! Incubator at 

https://www.oaklandcannabiskitchen.com/application. Applications are due Oct. 2, 2020. 


Debra BorchardtDebra BorchardtSeptember 15, 2020
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Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. (OTCQX: FFLWF) stock jumped over 6% on news of the company’s rising revenue in the second quarter. The company delivered revenue of $28.6 million including sales of $23.4 million in the retail channel, $4.3 million in the distribution channel, and sales of $0.9 million in the digital retail and analytics channel.

Still, the company reported a net comprehensive loss of $29.1 million, or net loss per share, and on a fully diluted basis of $0.18. the company attributed the loss on expenses of $12.5 million and other expenses of $26.5 million. Other expenses included losses on the revaluation of derivative liabilities of $18.3 million and finance costs of $8.2 million.

“Fire & Flower continues to drive towards delivering positive adjusted  EBITDA and during our second quarter of fiscal 2020, we have made meaningful progress towards this critical goal,” shared Trevor Fencott, Chief Executive Officer of Fire & Flower. “We believe the company is well-positioned to expand its footprint in the Ontario market and expects to have access to the necessary capital to support our growth plans. As the cannabis and retail industry continue to adapt to the COVID-19 public health crisis, we will remain on the leading edge of driving consumer engagement in this dynamic environment.”

Looking Ahead

Fire & Flower said that the development of retail stores in the province of Ontario has been affected by the slowdown in the issuance of licenses and store construction due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. The company is currently waiting for licensing at a number of locations in the province and intends to open these stores once final licensing is complete.

Following the end of the quarter, Fire & Flower acquired a flagship downtown Toronto store at 378 Yonge Street. This store is currently open and will be transitioned to the Fire & Flower brand in the coming weeks.

During the onset of the COVID-19 public health crisis, Fire & Flower saw meaningful sales with basket sizes increasing as consumers purchased larger volumes of product. The company said it is now seeing consumer behavior return to normal seasonal levels and increased popularity in large format cannabis products, vapes, beverages, and edibles.



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