Khurram Malik, CEO of Canadian cannabis company Biome Grow, discusses the company’s new distribution agreement with Newfoundland and Labrador, which will see the company provide nearly 53,000 pounds of marijuana to the area over the next three years.
Biome Grow CEO talks about massive distribution deal
Pot stocks pare gains as optimism to legalize in U.S. grows
Khurram Malik, chief executive officer of Biome Grow Inc., a Canadian cannabis producer, said that the U.S. midterm results could see President Donald Trump pivot to a pro-cannabis agenda to win support from younger voting blocks that would typically only cast their ballots in presidential elections.
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Province reaches agreement for new cannabis producer in NL
Biome Grow’s deal with N&L touted as Atlantic Canada’s largest cannabis supply agreement
Back Home Medical Cannabis Corporation, Biome Grow Inc.’s Newfoundland and Labrador brand, has entered into a 24,000 kg, three-year production and supply agreement with the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Biome Grow starts trading on Canadian Securities Exchange; aims to build Canadian cannabis conglomerate
Biome Grow is investing in Atlantic Canadian cannabis sector
Toronto, Ontario (October 16, 2018) – Biome Grow Inc. is focusing on the Atlantic Canada region and investing in building strong Atlantic Canadian roots ahead of industry legalization on October 17, 2018.
Biome Grow begins trading on CSE under symbol (BIO)
Biome Grow Inc. CSE Profile
Biome Grow Inc. is structured to be a centrally run business with cannabis production and distribution assets that are designed for certain Canadian provinces where there is a competitive advantage over large, national incumbent cannabis producers.