By / November 22, 2019

AgraFlora Organics builds pharma-grade R&D laboratory

AgraFlora Organics International Inc. is a growth-oriented and diversified company focused on the international cannabis industry.

AgraFlora Organics International (WKN: A2N9KA) just announced that it has completed the construction of its pharmaceutical-grade research and development laboratory at its 51,500 square foot GMP food manufacturing facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The company’s 750 square-feet turnkey, research and development laboratory has a comprehensive suite of customized cannabinoid testing and product formulation equipment including:

  • High-performance liquid chromatography
  • Microbiological test instruments
  • Specific confectionery tests
  • An output of more than 1, 000 premium chocolates or gumdrops per hour
  • Proprietary triple-shot insert capable of producing chocolate with a liquid core
  • A full vacuum pressure confectionery cooking system.

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AgraFlora Organics gets ready for the edibles market

At the company’s Winnipeg edibles facility, it is possible to formulate cannabinoid-infused fruit and vegetable purees and mass-produce them in accordance with the stricter Cannabis 2.0 regulations of the province of Quebec.

This unique product development capability will enable the market share of the food and concentrate industry in Canada’s second-largest province.

Initially, AgraFlora Organics will manufacture four CBD or THC-infused pectin and/or gelatin-based rubber SKUs with Meso-American characteristics, as previously announced.

AgraFlora’s Winnipeg edibles facility has more than 30,000 square feet of food production space and is equipped with fully automated production processes.

AgraFlora Organics International (WKN: A2N9KA) had the entrepreneurial foresight to invest in state-of-the-art plant and equipment before the introduction of Cannabis 2.0.

Equipped with this state-of-the-art facility, it is expected that AgraFlora will become the market leader in the highly lucrative cannabinoid fortified and functional food markets.

Partnerships with Canadian licensed producers

AgraFlora has a massive facility ready for edibles
AgraFlora Organics hopes to be on top of cannabis legalization 2.0 in Canada. (Source)

AgraFlora Organics International (WKN: A2N9KA) also announces that it is currently entering into product formulation, contract manufacturing and research and development agreements with various Canadian licensed cannabis producers.

The company predicts that its research and development laboratory will act as a hub for innovation and will set the industry standard for the industrial production of value-added cannabis products.

We also think that it is only a question of time until AgraFlora will present the first well-known licensed producers as contractual partners.

Licensing and production at AgraFlora Organics

The “official license for cannabis cultivation” in this greenhouse with gigantic dimensions of 2,200,000 sq ft (or 29 football fields) should actually take place in the next few days.

Since the last step before the license was granted had already been taken, the usual time between submission and issuance has already elapsed. Therefore, the company expects a positive decision immediately.

There is no doubt that 2020 will not only be a successful year for the company, but also for its shareholders. If you want to realize high profits, you should consider investing in the stock now.

AgraFlora Organics Int. (WKN: A2N9KA) concludes supply and license agreements in advance. This means that you can quickly start selling in different sectors of the cannabis business as soon as production has started.

AgraFlora is one of the most promising stocks on the market

AgraFlora Organics’ massive production plan could be the reason it has one of the largest cannabis stocks in the market. (Source)

The really big names in the cannabis industry put billions in valuations on the stock market scales.

Even if only a part of the ambitious plans of the AgraFlora management is successful, a future valuation of the company worth billions does not seem unrealistic.

With regard to the outlook and the valuation – we believe that AgraFlora is obviously one of the most promising cannabis stocks on the market.


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