Dosecann LD Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Auxly Cannabis Group Inc (OTCMKTS:CBWTF), signed an exclusive accord with Medical Cannabis by Shoppers Drug Mart Inc. (Shoppers). As per the terms of the accord, Dosecann will supply science-backed and high-quality cannabis products to Shoppers for sale to the patients across Canada. The company will use its online platform to supply Auxly’s suite of brands and products that comprise vapes, chocolates, chewables, and oil in a bottle to Shoppers. Dosecann already completed the initial shipment to Shoppers.
Supplies high-quality cannabis products to patients in Canada
Chief Executive Officer of Auxly, Hugo Alves, said the company is reaching a wide group of patients across the nation by becoming a supplier of high-quality cannabis products to Shoppers. The company is excited to work with partners like Shoppers to provide high-quality cannabis products, which are developed and manufactured by Dosecann, to Canadian patients. Dosecann ensures the efficacy and safety of all the cannabis products manufactured at its facility.
Chief Executive Officer of Dosecann, Greg Boone, said he is pleased with the efforts put in by his team to produce science-backed and high-quality cannabis products after a thorough R&D and meeting the needs of patients in Canada.
Dosecann purchases exclusive rights to Ahiflower oil
Dosecann has acquired multi-year exclusive worldwide rights to Ahiflower oil from Natures Crops International. The company will use Ahiflower oil in its wide range of cannabis products. It will also use Ahiflower oil as an ingredient in next-generation cannabis health products, which will be commercialized by Auxly when legalized for sale.
Alves said the agreement with Natures Crops allows the company to fulfill its ambition to supply a wide range of cannabis products to the consumers. It will develop the products using an omega-rich and complete vegan ingredient and target the wellness consumer segment.
Natures Crops grows non-GMO Ahiflower in the UK. It cold presses the harvested Ahiflower seeds to extract crude oil and exports to Canada for refining into Ahiflower oil at its Kensington, PEI based facility. Ahiflower oil is an ecologically sound substitute to fish oils and comprises more omegas when compared to other oils derived from fish, olive oils, and flax seeds.