- The Green Organic Dutchman is building a name for itself as it works on production build-up from 2,000 kilograms of cannabis to 200,000 kilograms
- The company has facilities in Canada and is making inroads in Europe and Mexico through pharmaceutical networks
- In the United States, TGOD is finding access to the $20 billion functional beverage industry segment
The advent of indoor cultivation that’s suitable for the cannabis industry has changed the commercial production capacity of marijuana and medical-grade cannabis suppliers. While the cannabis plant seeks the sun during the height of summer then flowers as the season ebbs, indoor cultivation technologies are allowing producers to grow the plant with a sharply increasing lifestyle appeal during virtually any season of the year.
The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TSX: TGOD) (OTCQX: TGODF) is making a name for itself as it pursues an upward scaling strategy of building enclosed facilities for cannabis growth, anticipating that its purpose-built enterprise will progress from about 2,000 kilograms (4,400 pounds) of cannabis at its Ontario site this summer to 100 times that amount across all its sites when it reaches full capacity (http://cnw.fm/02kDe).
The Canada-based company, commonly known by ticker ‘TGOD’, is expanding its footprint to international markets, principally through wholly owned subsidiary HemPoland, which inked an agreement last month with Germany’s Mediakos UG haftungsbeschraenkt for the distribution of TGOD’s premium hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) brand, CannabiGold, to that country’s pharmacy market (http://cnw.fm/x2Gey). The company’s hemp oil extraction facility in Poland offers the potential of expansion throughout Europe and in other global markets with official PL-EKO-01 European Union certificates.
Through a joint venture with Mexico’s LLACA Grupo Empresarial, the company is reaching 4,500 pharmacies and 3,100 supermarkets throughout that country with its medicinal cannabis and hemp-derived wellness products.
The Green Organic Dutchman has also been operating two retail stores in Jamaica, where cannabis tourism goes hand-in-hand with sun-seeking travelers drawn to the island’s promise of idyllic rest and relaxation (http://cnw.fm/68KTg). Through a partnership with Symrise Inc., TGOD is also finding access to the $20 billion U.S. functional beverage category, including wellness, energy and sport recovery products (http://cnw.fm/UKKj4).
The company aims to become the global leader in providing premium organic cannabis solutions for the betterment of people’s lives around the globe, building on applicable licenses in Canada and targeted partnerships in other countries.
“Through our certified organic product and process we know we are providing patients the best possible experience,” Chief Science Officer Dr. Rav Kumar stated in an interview with Proactive Investors (http://cnw.fm/oiPq6).
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.TGOD.ca
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