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Flower One Inks Licensing Deal to Enter Cannabis Edibles Market

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Flower One Holdings (CSE: FONE) (OTCQB: FLOOF) has entered a new licensing agreement and brand partnership with CannAmerica Brands (CSE: CANA) (OTCQB: CNNXF) for cannabis-product fulfillment in Nevada.

Colorado-based cannabis brand CannAmerica offers cannabis gummies and edibles. Its Fruit Juice Gummies and Super Soft Gummies are categorized according to three flavor profiles: sweet (strawberry banana, peach, orange sherbet), sour (blue raspberry, cherry, bomb pop) and a sweet and sour combination.

Flower One is now licensed to manufacture and distribute CannAmerica Brands’ cannabis Fruit Juice Gummies and Super Soft Gummies to all cannabis retailers in Nevada.

Dan Anglin, founder and CEO of CannAmerica, said that Flower One was the obvious choice as they were looking for a large-scale producer in Nevada in anticipation of the growing number of retail locations in the state of Nevada, coupled with increased consumer demand.

“The footprint of Flower One’s vast greenhouse facility is impressive, but perhaps even more noteworthy are the planned production capabilities of their 55,000 square-foot facility. It is something I’ve never encountered in my many years operating in the cannabis industry and has wonderful implications for the retail community, and subsequently for cannabis consumers. We’re so excited about this new partnership with Flower One in Nevada; we see a long-term future with them as we continue to grow our iconic brand across America,” Anglin said in prepared remarks.

Flower One is a cannabis cultivator and producer in the Nevada market. The company owns and operates a 25,000 square-foot cultivation and production facility in North Las Vegas. It is also converting its 455,000 square-foot greenhouse and production facility, which is the largest in Nevada, for cultivating and processing high-quality cannabis at scale.

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