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Cannara Biotech launches three flagship brands for retail

February 25, 2021  By Grow Opportunity staff

Cannara Biotech Launches Cannabis Brand Portfolio Now Available in Quebec – Tribal, Nugz, Orchid CBD (Credit: CNW Group/Cannara Biotech Inc.)

Cannara Biotech Inc. introduces three new flagship brands in Quebec.

Tribal, Nugz and Orchid CBD are grown indoors in Cannara Biotech’s indoor cannabis cultivation facility, in a controlled environment, hang-dried, slow cured in barrels and hand-trimmed to preserve the flower’s natural properties.

“Cannara’s retail market debut is an important step forward for the team in our mission to earn our place among the successful and respected cannabis producers in Québec,” said Chief Financial Officer Nicholas Sosiak. “Given that our business operates in a market with limited competition due to high barriers of entry, we are confident in our ability to reach and best serve our end-consumer for the long-term.”

Tribal offers high THC and terpene levels. The brand will feature a continuous rotation of genetic strains, starting with Gelato Mint. Upcoming genetics in the cultivation pipeline also include Sundae Driver and Cuban Linx, which will be available in future months. Tribal products are available in 3.5 gram packaging and three 0.5 gram pre-rolls wrapped in organic hemp cones.


Nugz offers large format of trichome-dense dried flower. The primary genetic for Nugz will be Early Lemon Berry which features a high percentage of limonene terpenes. Nugz products are available in 28 gram packaging and fourteen 0.6 gram pre-rolls wrapped in organic hemp cones.

Orchid CBD offers a CBD-dominant selection of cannabis. Its dried flower will first be launched with the Critical Mass CBD genetic which delivers sweet flavours and floral undertones. Products are available in 3.5 gram packaging and three 0.5 gram pre-rolls wrapped in organic hemp cones.

Cannara Biotech is a vertically-intergrated cannabis company known to have one of the largest indoor cultivation facilities in Quebec at 625,000 sq. ft.

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