Village Farms International, Inc. has recently announced that Pure Sunfarms, its largely owned joint venture for high-quality, large-scale and low-cost cannabis production, has secured its sales license for cannabis cultivation for the first production area in the greenhouse facility of 1.1 million square foot located in Delta, British Columbia letting it expand its capacity as required via consequent license amendments.
Apparently, the Delta 2 facility is adjacent to the Delta 3 greenhouse facility of 1.1 million square foot and while it is in production, it is expected to help in the reduction of the already increasing cost of cultivation for Pure Sunfarms.
Village Farms International's CEO, Michael DeGiglio said that Pure Sunfarms has continued to move ahead with the expansion of the potential future capacity to be prepared and meet the expected demands of the long-term of the products at a point in time where several industries have been scaling back over newer construction projects.
DeGiglio stated the company had planned the capacity of Pure Sunfarms basing it on its confidence in the latter’s ability to secure a leading market share in several product categories. The consistent top ranking of the firm as the best-dried cannabis brand within Ontario, Village Farms believes in the credibility of such expansion plans.
Pure Sunfarms has been currently preparing to start the rolling out of all the first bottled cannabis oils along with its first Cannabis offering 2.0 after the major leading market share performance of the dried cannabis product1 that was grown in British-Columbia.
The roll-out of cannabis 2.0 of Pure Sunfarms will be starting with the introduction of a selection of 510 vape cartridges, pre-filled, available in certain extract forms of the best selling dried cannabis strains along with a selection of various disposable vape pens. They fall under the Pure Sunfarms brand that is well-trusted and highly regarded.