- Plans are already in place to expand Grapefruit’s state-of-the-art extraction facility
- The company is dedicated to distributing its own products and providing high-quality cannabis commodities to customers
- Grapefruit’s newest product demonstrates the company’s capabilities and serves as a flagship of its edibles line
Grapefruit Boulevard Investments Inc. (OTCQB: IGNG), a fully licensed cannabis manufacturer and distributor in California, is fast becoming recognized in the industry for its quality product lines. Those products – including Rainbow Dreams, Grapefruit’s most recent offering – adhere strictly to the company’s motto and commitment to offer “a high you can trust.”
That commitment starts at the heart of the company’s operations – its fully licensed and compliant ethanol extraction laboratory located in the Coachillin’ Industrial Cultivation and Ancillary Canna-Business Park in Desert Hot Springs, California. Widely recognized as a hub for quality cannabis activity, the Coachillin’ location is the perfect backdrop for Grapefruit’s manufacturing and distribution operations.
Grapefruit began extraction in May and already has expansion plans in place that will allow the growing company to increase efficiencies and output. The company plans to build a state-of-the-art, all-inclusive facility that will house a 50,000-square-foot-plus indoor grow canopy and large extraction lab; a manufacturing space to produce its vape lines and CBD products; an FDA-certified kitchen for the production of Grapefruit edibles; and a distribution facility for selling all products throughout the entire cannabis marketplace. The new structure is expected to be built adjacent to the company’s current operations in the Coachillin’ park.
Grapefruit’s dedication to quality and service means that, in addition to being able to offer a large and diverse inventory of superior cannabis products that can be delivered within 24 hours of order, the company’s wholesale distribution arm will also offer high-quality, competitively priced raw materials to other manufacturers and distributors. Grapefruit’s extraction lab produces high-quality distillate or ‘honey oil’, a universal product used in everything from infused edibles and tinctures/creams to the ‘fuel’ used in vapes and e-cigarettes. Honey oil is a highly sought out item on the cannabis market, and Grapefruit’s commitment to premium quality ingredients will enable the company to demand top dollar for its cannabis products. Utilizing biomass cultivated in its own indoor grow canopy operation, Grapefruit aims to position itself for high revenue potential.
In addition to expanding its extraction lab, Grapefruit recently strengthened its position as a growing presence in the cannabis space with the launch of its newest brand, Rainbow Dreams, a unique line of newly formulated and flavored CBD- and THC-infused cannabis oil vaporization cartridges. Rainbow Dreams is made from the most trusted oils and highest-quality, authentic CCELL ceramic vaporizer cartridges, ensuring the most consistent and smooth product delivery available in the industry today. The four new Rainbow Dream vape cartridges each offer a unique flavor profile, including mango passion, citrus bliss, berry delight and strawberry ice.
“Moving the Rainbow Dreams project forward demonstrates our team’s ability to bring a high-quality product to market at a competitive price,” Grapefruit CEO Bradley J. Yourist stated in a news release (http://cnw.fm/U41Yv). “Flavored and full-spectrum cannabis oils… are growing in popularity in California and elsewhere because customers in the recreational market want a no burn-flavored oil without any offending cannabis smell. Our Rainbow Dreams products deliver on this… It is our experience that some customers like a more CBD- and CBN-heavy formulated oil for help with pain and sleep.”
Yourist indicated that Rainbow Dreams will be the flagship for Grapefruit’s new cartridges, which are planned for release within the next 45 days.
“By implementing our own high-end, custom-formulated vaporization cartridge line, Grapefruit believes it will capture significant revenue opportunities as we move inexorably toward our goal of becoming a leading, fully integrated, licensed and compliant cannabis-product manufacturing and distribution company,” Yourist added.
Grapefruit holds California licenses to both manufacture and distribute cannabis products. The company’s vision is to become a seed-to-sale, fully vertically integrated, ethical and compliant cannabis and CBD product company. The company works to manufacture, procure and distribute only the highest-quality, all-natural cannabis honey oil, edibles, flowers, concentrates and related products that are free from pesticides, heavy metals and bacteria.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.GrapefruitBlvd.com
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