Hiku Brands Enters Into Supply Agreement with Ontario Cannabis Store
TORONTO, Aug. 20, 2018 /CNW/ – Hiku Brands Company Ltd. (CSE: HIKU) (“Hiku” or the “Company”) is excited to announce that we have entered into a supply agreement with the Ontario Cannabis Store to supply branded cannabis online starting October 17, 2018.
The Supply Agreement will see 25 SKUs of cannabis available for sale in Ontario, which is in addition to previously announced supply agreements that Hiku Brands has entered into in Manitoba and British Columbia. As Canada’s first vertically integrated cannabis company, Hiku is an active participant in both the wholesale and future retail markets of cannabis.
Hiku Brands cannabis will be available in various sizes and formats including raw flower, oils, pre-rolls, and our Hosting Gift Pack.
This is an exciting time for Hiku Brands as we begin to realize the full value of our vision as Canada’s first vertically cannabis company with state-of-the-art grow facilities in British Columbia, a series of well established, curated brands, significant supply agreements, as we grow our retail footprint.
Alan Gertner, Chief Executive Officer of Hiku Brands.
With a growing number of retail stores, the potential of Tokyo Smoke cannabis stores in Ontario, our increased grow facility space, additional supply agreements across the country, and strategic investments in Canada and beyond, Hiku is poised to be a leader in the adult-use cannabis sector.
Hiku is focused on building a portfolio of engaging cannabis brands, unsurpassed retail experiences and handcrafted cannabis production. With a national retail footprint led by Tokyo Smoke, craft cannabis production through DOJA Cannabis Ltd.’s ACMPR licensed grow, Van der Pop’s female-focused educational platforms, and Maïtri, our Quebec-based cannabis brand featuring high quality handmade accessories, Hiku houses an industry-leading portfolio that aims to set the bar for cannabis brands in Canada.
Hiku’s wholly-owned subsidiary, DOJA Cannabis Ltd., is federally licensed to cultivate and sell cannabis pursuant to the ACMPR, owning two production facilities in the heart of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley. Hiku’s subsidiary, TS Brandco Holdings Inc. (“Tokyo Smoke”), has been conditionally awarded one of four master retail licenses in Manitoba. Hiku also operates a network of retail stores selling coffee, clothing and curated accessories, across British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.