DeepCell Industries Aims to be the "Intel Inside" of the Cannabis Edibles Market

Kelly Ogilvie

We have profiled  a very innovative company, DeepCell Industries, previously, and Matthew Kind interviewed its CEO, Kelly Ogilvie, on his most recent episode of CannaInsider. Ogilvie was working with Washington Governor Jay Hensley’s as Senior Policy Advisor for economic development and business interests when he left to form DeepCell Industries, his fifth startup.

DeepCell uses crystal fusion technology to fuse cannabinoids with crystals like sugar and salt and currently licences this technology in Washington to Green Labs on a per-package royalty, which is manufacturing and distributing Ruby (sugar) and Sapphire (salt) into consumer channels but eventually to enterprise processors. The company is engaged in licensee discussions in New York and Colorado and is hoping to find a partner in California and Oregon.

Key Takeaways:
2:11 – Kelly talks about his background
3:42 – What is DeepCell
7:34 – What does the sugar or salt crystal taste like
8:43 – Kelly talks about their licensing partners
11:40 – DeepCell’s target market
14:28 – Future DeepCell products
17:29 – Kelly talks about expanding to other states
18:55 – Reaction in DeepCell from investors
21:10 – Seattle as a hub for cannabis innovation
24:09 – Kelly’s book and internet app recommendations
27:29 – DeepCell’s contact information

Listen to the interview or read the transcript of “Cannabis Salt & Sweeteners Will Revolutionize Infused Products”:

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