Namaste Technologies (TSXV:N; OTCMKTS:NXTTF) announced a new supply and distribution agreement with Lowell Herb Co., a California based brand, to launch its premium cannabis products on the Canadian market.

As quoted in the press release:


[T]he Agreement represents a strategic partnership between Namaste and Lowell Smokes to leverage Namaste’s resources and Lowell’s international brand appeal. Namaste will work with Lowell Smoke’s procurement team to source the highest quality cannabis grown with organic methods and facilitate packaging and distribution through the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Cannmart Inc. (“Cannmart”). Namaste anticipates a strong demand for organic cannabis products as the general consumer market becomes more conscious of the products they consume.

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Sean Dollinger, President and CEO of Namaste Technologies comments; “We believe the strength of the Lowell Smokes brand makes it a perfect brand to be distributed globally. We have seen the sales data in California, the largest and most competitive market in the US, and it’s clear that customers love and adore the Lowell brand. We feel confident that the market for organic cannabis products will play an important role for Canadian consumers and that the timing is perfect for Namaste to not only help the team at Lowell take advantage of the opportunity in Canada but also to help them explore the international marketplace.

Click here to read the full press release.

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