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Trulieve becomes exclusive provider of California’s Connected Cannabis products

Two AlienLabs cultivars will be available in stores as of mid December

Trulieve becomes exclusive provider of California's Connected Cannabis products
Photo via Trulieve

Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL) (OTCQX: TCNNF) cannabis stores in Florida are now selling California-based Connected Cannabis products including its AlienLabs brand.

On Thursday, the leading cannabis retailer announced that it signed a partnership be the exclusive provider of Connected Branded products throughout Florida.

Connected Cannabis is a cannabis producer co-founded by master grower Caleb Counts. It started as Fruitridge Health and Wellness in Sacramento. The company acquired the AlienLabs brand in 2017 and today it grows top-shelf cultivars at its facilities in California and Arizona. Connected Cannabis also operates three retail locations.

Connected also carries popular cultivars such as El Jefe, Gelonade and Nightshade which will be available at Trulieve’s shops as of December 20.

Two AlienLabs cultivars will be available in stores as of Dec. 15 including Xeno and Kryptochronic.

Read more: Khalifa Kush makes Florida debut at Trulieve locations

Read more: Trulieve receives medical cannabis sales license in Georgia

“Trulieve consistently seeks ways to introduce new products and better serve our patients,” Trulieve CEO Kim Rivers said.

“Connected and AlienLabs represent a portfolio of top-shelf strains that have benefited medical patients in other states, and we’re now excited to exclusively offer these products exclusively in Florida.”

Trulieve stock went down by 2.88 per cent on Thursday to $11.80 on the Canadian Securities Exchange.

The company is Florida’s leading medical cannabis provider and it carries flower, concentrates, edibles, tinctures and vapes, among others.


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