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Pure Sunfarms expands into Northern and Atlantic Canada

The cannabis company has now expanded its presence in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, New Brunswick and in the next weeks, New Foundland and Labrador.

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Cannabis producer Pure Sunfarms Corp., a subsidiary of Village Farms International, Inc. (Nasdaq: VFF), has launched its products into the Northern and Atlantic markets.

On Monday, the cannabis producer announced it has now expanded its presence in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, New Brunswick and in the next weeks, New Foundland and Labrador.

The company says both regional markets are seeing increases in sales with the northern territories growing 42 per cent year-over-year during the first quarter of 2022 while Atlantic Canada as a whole showed 5 per cent growth year-over-year.

The products available will be depending on the region. In the Yukon, customers will have access to dried flower, pre-ground, pre-rolls and vapes, while in the Northwest Territories dried flower, pre-rolls and vapes will be available. In New Brunswick, customers will only get dried flower and in Newfoundland and Labrador dried flower and pre-rolls will be available.

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“As Canada’s favourite flower brand, consumers in Northern and Atlantic Canada have been asking about Pure Sunfarms products for a while – and now, we’re so happy we can supply them,” said Mandesh Dosanjh, President & CEO, Pure Sunfarms.

“Our commitment to quality and level of customer support will now extend to these regions, homes to communities that have welcomed us with open arms, and that we are very excited to serve.”

Pure Sunfarms is among the largest cannabis operators in Canada and can produce 112,500 kilograms of dried flower annually for adult use and medical markets. Its products can be found in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. It also provides cannabis to ROSE LifeSciences in Quebec and it has partnered with U.S.-based Cookies to distribute its concentrates in Canada.

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