On Monday, Canadian cannabis producer Aphria Inc. stated that its subsidiary had received the green light to place up a pot shop in Kingston, Jamaica.
According to Aphria’s release, the Leamington, Ontario-primarily based Company’s subsidiary Marigold Projects Jamaica was provided a retail license from the Cannabis Licensing Authority of the nation to get started its initial retailer this August.
The firm noted that its new retailer – Sensi Healthcare Cannabis Residence – will be at Peter Tosh Square and will have Marigold’s proprietary Strains, brands named Sensi Gold, higher-finish accessories for sale, and a smoking lounge. Marigold is preparing to open 4 extra retail marijuana shops in Jamaica as soon as their licensing application is authorized.
In the release, Irwin D. Simon, Aphria’s interim CEO, stated that they think that there is a tremendous chance in Jamaica from an international and domestic viewpoint, and they are seeking forward to having Sensi solutions to the industry. Irwin added that having a license from the Jamaican government is a sign of validation of its high quality cannabis production.
Aphria owns 49% of Marigold projects which has a Tier three license for cultivating cannabis on more than five acres of land for therapeutic, health-related, and scientific purposes. According to the Parent Firm, the cultivation farm is totally operational and will get started by yielding two,700 kilograms.
The firm has an further 20 acres of vacant land that it intends to expand its cultivation operations on, as properly as a ten-acre farm positioned in Jamaican Province St Catherine.