- Marijuana Company of America, Inc. has been expanding its portfolio in recent months through acquisitions and partnerships designed to enhance the company’s revenue stream
- MCOA’s trademarked hempsmart brand of CBD products has been joined by verticals including marijuana cultivator and distributor VBF Brands, CBD brands distributor cDistro, in-store advertiser VapeTV US, and other industry solutions
- The recent completion of VBF Brands’ acquisition grants MCOA efficiency and sustainable cultivation techniques in its product development
- Efforts to expand the legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana at the federal level have been gaining steam again, portending significant opportunities for growth in 2022
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Cannabis acquisition and product brand builder Marijuana Company of America (OTC: MCOA) has been building its portfolio intently in recent months to dramatically expand its revenues in the legalized cannabis sector, positioning the company to take advantage of the rising swell of pro-cannabis sentiment.
On Dec. 15, MCOA announced the completion of its VBF Brands, Inc. acquisition, adding a marijuana cultivator and distributor based in the heart of the country’s largest legal cannabis market.
“We are especially intrigued with this acquisition because of VBF’s reputation for high-quality clones and its unique use of its growing space,” MCOA CEO Jesus Quintero stated as the transaction was announced (https://cnw.fm/XBq1y). “The company employs a three-tiered growing system, thereby maximizing the square footage of its Salinas, California, facility. Few growers offer the efficiency of VBF Brands, Inc., which provides greater efficiency and sustainable cultivation techniques to provide growers with access to locally grown, high-quality clones to grow cannabis flower.”
The VBF acquisition follows vertical-building efforts by MCOA that include the addition of cannabidiol (“CBD”) brands distributor cDistro to the company’s trademarked hempsmart CBD retail operation as well as partnerships and investments with cannabis industry operations such as Cannabis Global Inc. and Natural Plant Extract.
The non-binding letter of intent signed last month with United Kingdom-based advertising company VapeTV Ltd. and online vape retailer Jasleen Enterprises LLC foretells a new in-store advertising brand named VapeTV US, Inc. that will help draw further attention to the company’s retail operation (https://nnw.fm/hVl9B). (https://cnw.fm/v1PfL). (https://ibn.fm/iOb6R).
MCOA has also launched subsidiaries hempsmart Brazil and hempsmart Uruguay as part of its continuing forays into the international market (https://cnw.fm/ORjHN), and announced a shift in its business strategy as it expands into the legalized cannabis tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”) industry (https://cnw.fm/iUzX5).
MCOA’s acquisition of VBF Brands exemplifies its commitment to remain fiscally prudent as the business grows through exposure to the global cannabidiol sector. The acquisition also grants MCOA the option to acquire 51 percent of former VBF owner Sunset Island Group, Inc.’s (OTC: SIGO) new cannabis growth facility, which is significantly larger than the clone facility operated by VBF and is expected to have an annual income after the first year of operations of over $30 million, once the licenses for mass cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution are finalized.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.MarijuanaCompanyofAmerica.com.
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