The Daily Hit: April 13, 2021

It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for April 13, 2021.

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Organigram Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: OGI) shares were falling over 9% in early trading after the company reported that its revenue fell in the second fiscal quarter of 2021 and then et losses ballooned. Organigram reported revenue for the second quarter ending February 28, 2021, fell 29% to $19.2 million from last year’s $27.3 million for the same time period.  The company attributed it to significantly lower wholesale revenue and lower average selling prices. The company said that last year’s better revenue was due to higher wholesale revenues that were opportunistic in nature and primarily to a single licensed producer.

The company went on to say that the net revenue was also lower due to missed sales opportunities, as certain employees tested positive for COVID-19 which resulted in a significant number of facility staff having to isolate. Organigram said it was unable to fulfill certain demands for its products totaling approximately $7 million in the quarter due to production and processing constraints. 


Florida-based Trulieve Cannabis Corp .  (OTCQX: TCNNF) is continuing its expansion efforts and the latest state to plant its flag is West Virginia. Trulieve has acquired Solevo Wellness West Virginia LLC (“Solevo”) and its three West Virginia dispensary permits for $650,000. Solevo was awarded two permits in Morgantown and one in Parkersburg in January 2021 as part of the West Virginia application process.

New Mexico

New Mexico became the 18th state to legalize cannabis for adults 21 and over after Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) signed the Cannabis Regulation Act (HB 2) into law on Monday.  New Mexico is now the fifth state to adopt a legalization policy by passing a bill through its state legislature, joining Illinois, Vermont, New York, and Virginia. Thirteen additional states have legalized by voter initiative.

In Other News


The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company (SMG) recently announced that it now expects to report sales growth in the band of 4-6% in its U.S. Consumer segment for fiscal 2021, which suggests an increase from its earlier sales guidance of flat to -5%. The Hawthorne segment is forecast to witness a sales growth at the top-end of the guidance of 20-30%. Hence, company-wide sales growth of 8-12% is now expected, up from the previous guidance of 1-6%.


TILT Holdings Inc. ( OTCQX: TLLTF ) announced the appointments of Darryl K. Henderson, J.D., as senior vice president of human resources and Roseann Valencia-Fernandez as vice president of marketing. Mr. Henderson will deliver HR solutions across the Company’s portfolio and geographic footprint, while Ms. Valencia-Fernandez will oversee the planning, development and execution of TILT’s marketing strategy. Mr. Henderson and Ms. Valencia-Fernandez will both report directly to TILT’s President, Gary Santo .

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