Sunniva (CSE:SNN; OTCQX:SNNVF) announced its U.S. subsidiaries received temporary licenses in California for phase one and two for its greenhouse cultivation facilities in Cathedral City.

As quoted in the press release:


At this time, the State of California has only issued temporary licenses while they develop permanent regulations. The Company will apply, with all other license holders in the State of California, for annual state licenses within the next four months.

The Licenses will permit Sunniva to cultivate and process top quality medical and adult-use cannabis and cannabis products while accommodating other licensed cultivation businesses already selected who will leverage the services and infrastructure that the Sunniva California Campus provides.

“This is a very significant milestone for Sunniva’s operations in California. An important aspect of the licensing process has been completed and now our focus is on completing construction on time and entering into supply contracts with distribution partners, leading brands and creating Sunniva branded products for the California marketplace,” said Dr. Anthony Holler, CEO, Sunniva.

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