Auxly Cannabis expands to dried flower products
February 19, 2021 By Grow Opportunity staff
Auxly Cannabis Group Inc., known as a consumer packaged goods (CPG) cannabis company in Vancouver, B.C., is looking to expand its portfolio to dried flower products.
Under its Kolab Project Growers Series, the company is preparing to launch new cultivars with new and existing craft cultivation partners. The company hopes this move will help boost its pre-roll products under its Kolab Project and Back Forty brands.
“Our Cannabis 2.0 product offerings under our Kolab Project and Back Forty brands have been a huge hit with consumers,” said Auxly CEO Hugo Alves. “We believe that there is a fantastic opportunity to stretch our branded product offering into 1.0 product formats and bring that same quality and consistency that consumers love to our dried-flower and pre-roll products.”
The company plans to expand its partnership in the coming weeks with Safari Cannabis Co. for new strains, including the upcoming launch of Slurricane. Auxly is also introducing Black Forty Pine Kush as the brand’s inaugural dried-flower offering.
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