- Wildflower Brands is a West Coast-based plant wellness company that is building a host of cannabis product offerings for the CBD and THC markets
- Wildflower’s products are spreading from their Washington state production facility to hundreds of stores in the United States, with additional agreements in Europe, the United Kingdom and South Africa in the works
- The company’s success is leading to the construction of a second manufacturing facility that’s expected to increase Wildflower’s output capacity tenfold, once it opens next month
Cannabis and health care product developer Wildflower Brands Inc. (CSE: SUN) (OTCQB: WLDFF) is watching its brands grow throughout the North American continent this year and across the ocean during a period of heady advances for the overarching industry.
The health and wellness company’s mission is to connect people with the healing power of plants, nourishing its CBD and THC products with an infrastructure that helps them flourish even in the wan sunlight that bathes the northern hemisphere late in the year.
Wildflower’s Bellingham, Washington, production facility has added a second shift to keep pace with demand for the company’s Wildflower offerings in a variety of capsules, tinctures, topicals, vaporizers and soaps. A second, 10,000-square-foot manufacturing facility is expected to be completed within a month.
The new facility will fully automate production of the company’s SKUs and increase output capacity more than tenfold.
“We receive inbound contact daily by new retailers and distributors reaching out to us to carry our products and with production at near capacity we need the expanded manufacturing,” CEO William MacLean stated in a news release about the changes (http://cnw.fm/S4xlD).
In the United States, the company’s products are distributed in over 800 stores, including some 260 Dillard’s clothing retail outlets and 100 Earthbound Trading clothing and accessories stores.
Wildflower has expanded into Canada with four premier cannabis stores in British Columbia’s cultured West Coast cannabis market under Wildflower’s subsidiary City Cannabis Corp. — the only cannabis company to gain four licenses in the British Columbia province.
Although cannabis vaporizers such as those produced by Wildflower have come under increased public scrutiny during recent months amid reports of some vape users’ lung-related illnesses and deaths, Wildflower’s products are all made in the United States and are tested by a third-party lab for quality assurance and accurate labeling.
The mysterious vaping-related disease has been branded EVALI, short for e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury, by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The federal health agency acknowledged it has not been able to determine the precise cause(s) of EVALI, but suspicion has generally turned toward black market products manufactured without proper regulatory oversight and their recent trend of using a vitamin e acetate emulsifier (http://cnw.fm/tA83H).
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.WildflowerBrands.co
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