Flower One and La Vida Verde Announce Long-Term Licensing Agreement to Bring Organic Cannabis Edibles and Tinctures to Nevada – ThomasNet News

With its latest brand deal, Flower One further diversifies its product offerings in Nevada with the addition of California-based, organic cannabis brand, La Vida Verde

Toronto, July 9, 2019 /CNW/ – Flower One Holdings Inc. (“Flower One” or the “Company”) (CSE: FONE) (OTCQX: FLOOF) today announced a long-term licensing agreement with Californiacannabis-favorite, La Vida Verde (“LVV”) – the health-focused cannabis brand dedicated to utilizing high-quality, vegan, organic, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly ingredients to produce cannabis edibles and tinctures. With the addition of LVV to its growing portfolio of Brand Partners, Flower One further diversifies the cannabis offerings made available to Nevada’s cannabis retailers and consumers. This marks LVV’s first out-of-state expansion and entrance into Nevada.

“We are thrilled to announce West Coast cannabis brand, La Vida Verde, as the newest addition to Flower One’s portfolio of Brand Partners, bringing their high-quality edibles to cannabis consumers and retailers across Nevada,” said Ken Villazor, President and CEO of Flower One. “With the Flower One greenhouse now in a state of ongoing harvest, we are well positioned to accelerate La Vida Verde’s Nevada market entry while employing our own proprietary techniques to ensure we’re delivering the high-quality products, together. Today’s partnership further solidifies our position as a leading cannabis cultivator and producer in Nevada, and allows us to further expand the product offerings made available in the state.”

“The La Vida Verde team and I are very excited and humbled at the opportunity to have our brand elevated and shared with the Nevadamarket – locals and tourists alike – through Flower One,” said Bryce Berryessa, President and Co-Founder of La Vida Verde. “After seeing the immense scale of Flower One’s greenhouse facility in Nevadaand their application of commercial agriculture techniques to complex crops, such as cannabis, we were not only reassured of their level of sophistication, but excited to leverage their demonstrated ability to meet our California-established production and

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