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Gearing up for the anticipated nationwide legalization of edible cannabis solutions this coming October, a recent Tilray, Inc. (NASDAQ: TLRY) acquisition was just granted a normal processing license from Overall health Canada  

Natura Naturals Inc – a subsidiary of Tilray’s High Park Holdings Ltd – is now authorized to cultivate and prepare edible cannabis, pre-rolled solutions, oils, and even topical lotions. 

Tilray snapped up Natura Naturals final month in a $70 million cash and stock deal, which saw the organization acquire access to 155,000 sq. ft. of more develop space in a Leamington, Ontario facility. 

In addition to that quantity of space especially licensed for developing cannabis, the Natura greenhouse attributes a total of 6662,000 sq. ft. of operational capacity. The combined total space will sooner or later be utilized to convert raw material from other Tilray facilities into edibles and item forms such as concentrates and tinctures.  

With several licensed producers reporting losses every quarter because Canadian legalization, diversifying beyond just providing normal dried flower item has turn into a vital business enterprise program to lure shoppers away from black market place sources. 

Tilray’s Executive Vice President of Operations Greg Christopher commented on the licensing news and its future effect on the organization: 

The acquisition of Higher Park Gardens in February permitted us to considerably raise our production footprint. With this more licensing, we’re pleased to have expanded Tilray and Higher Park’s capacity to create and manufacture higher-high quality branded solutions for the Canadian market place.

Christopher was recruited by Tilray at the starting of the year immediately after serving as Senior Vice President of Provide Chain Operations for Nestle Canada. He was brought on in the course of a batch of senior management hires as the organization expands that also incorporated the addition of a new Human Sources EVP, common counsel, and Vice President of Retail. 

Aside from these 4 hires back in January, earlier this month Tilray also tapped former Goldman Sachs exec Andrew Poucher to fill the part of Chief Corporate Improvement Officer.  

That batch of upper management recruits has currently overseen a range of acquisitions and investments – from a  hemp meals organization to cannabis cultivators like Natura Naturals – with additional offers anticipated to be announced in the coming months.