About Creso Pharma: Canada
The Creso Pharma Canadian Facility Highlights:
A purpose-built, highly efficient indoor cultivation facility
10 acre parcel of land
Capable of accommodating up to 200,000 sq feet of cultivation.
The facility includes many cultivation and automation technologies
Designed to meet European Union (EU) Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification standards
Currently accommodates a two-tier grow room with the capacity to yield in excess of 4,000 kgs of cannabis annually.
Facility will service the Canadian adult use and medicinal marketplace with super premium flowers and value-added products.
Manufacturing of Creso’s current edible product formats sold globally for the Canadian marketplace.
Creso Canada from Above
What We Are Growing
The facility has been custom designed for the unique requirements of growing cannabis. Creso Canada has the ability to provide the best growing environment with a combination of a complete and flexible computer controlled systems for watering schedules, nutrient cycles, fresh air exchange, lighting and temperature and humidity control. This controlled environment produces pharmaceutical grade cannabis at a low production cost per gram.
Canada’s Market Watch
Canada Prepares To Legalize Marijuana Edibles Market - Cannabis Now
Canadians could have low-dose, individually packaged cannabis infused food and drinks by summer.
The first few months were jammed packed with tales about how weed shortages stood to cripple the market for the next several years, as well as cops telling citizens to stop narcing on their neighbors and a few stoned driving warnings, but all-in-all there’s not been a lot of chatter regarding the post-legalization vibe in the northern nation. However, the country is far from finished with the business at hand. In a matter of months, it will unleash the next phase of its legalization scheme – the edibles market – which some believe is the missing link the country needs to drive more customers into the legal sector.
3 Best Canadian Marijuana Stocks of 2019 So Far - The Motley Fool
Here's what's behind the sizzling performance for the biggest year-to-date winners.
You're probably not surprised a bit that Canadian marijuana stocks are hot again. Most of the stocks stank in the fourth quarter of 2018. It's been a much better story this year, though. At least a dozen Canadian marijuana stocks are up more than 50% year to date.
Three stocks, however, have sailed past the rest of the pack. Shares of Village Farms International (NASDAQ:VFF), Organigram Holdings (NASDAQOTH:OGRMF), and HEXO (NYSEMKT:HEXO) have skyrocketed 92% or more so far in 2019. Here's why they are the best of the year thus far and what could drive the stocks even higher.
The Top 5 Brands In Canadian Recreational Cannabis - Seeking Alpha
The top five companies control a combined 73% of the Canadian recreational cannabis market.
Canopy Growth has a monster market share, more than twice as much as anyone else.
Each of the top five have great recreational sales which may translate to faster revenue growth over the coming quarters.