Wedding Crasher, Cold Creek Kush and Cherry Punch are just a few of the cannabis brands GTEC is now distributing throughout B.C. and Saskatchewan.
The Kelowna-based, multi-licensed producer of premium indoor flower in November started shipping orders to the B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch and to a private Saskatchewan distributor. They hit the shelves last Monday, and B.C.’s shipment sold out on the first day.
“We set out a mandate to produce ultra-premium cannabis that is superior to the available selection in the current legal marketplace, produced from exclusive cultivars,” GTEC founder, chairman and CEO Norton Singhavon said in a press release. “This product launch marks a pivotal chapter in our growth and strategy. We are very excited about our fiscal 2020 year, as we expect to realize significant increases in production, revenue and gross margins, which we anticipate will drive GTEC into profitability.”
GTEC’s other launched products under the BLK MKT umbrella are Tenzo and Purple Punch 2.0. All told, the five strains are being sold in 135 stores across both provinces.
“Since day one, it has been our goal to build a brand and product portfolio that caters to what consumers are searching for, whether new to the market or legacy cannabis connoisseurs,” GTEC head of marketing Adil Hirji said. “We are confident that our meticulous efforts from seed to shelf will separate ourselves from others, establishing a sustainable competitive advantage while building consumer loyalty.”
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