MACKLIN, SK, Feb. 5, 2020/ CNW/ – PRESS RELEASE – 1193269 BC Ltd., working as Shelter, has actually announced a definitive contract to obtain Agro Greens Natural Products Ltd.Based in Macklin, Saskatchewan, Agro Greens holds basic growing and standard processing licences, along with licences for medical and non-medical cannabis sales. The acquisition of the Saskatchewan center and its federal licences is a substantial expansion of capabilities for Shelter, a BC-based marijuana branding, product packaging and item advancement company.Through the Agro Greens center, Shelter has currently brought its Wildlife brand name of marijuana pre-rolls to market in almost two dozen stores in Saskatchewan. Post-acquisition, Shelter’s product development capabilities will incorporate every step of bringing marijuana products to Canada’s controlled market.The acquisition and planned expansion are a homecoming of sorts for Shelter’s Saskatchewan-born founder and CEO, Mark Hauk.” Getting the Agro Greens facility is both a massive leap forward for Shelter, and a nostalgic return to my house province. My journey into marijuana began in Saskatchewan, and I’m happy to bring this business back home to grow. “Shelter prepares to broaden the Agro Greens facility and run it as a new division, Shelter Farmstead. Shelter Plantation will be committed to producing Shelter’s in-house items under existing and future contemplated brand names such as Wildlife, Journey, Botany and Wayfarer. Shelter Farm will likewise be the center of work for Shelter’s co-packing and processing arrangements with other certified producers.The definitive arrangement incorporates all current staff members, facilities and operations of Agro Greens. In addition to expanding its processing capability, Shelter plans to increase staffing at the Macklin facility, located in Canada’s farming heartland. According to Hauk,”The Macklin community is an outstanding place for Shelter to broaden and assert our position as a leader in bringing high-quality, innovative cannabis products to Canadians.”]]

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