Seattle-Based Lucid Lab Group Tapped to Design Indiva’s Extraction Facility
LONDON, ON, Jan. 31, 2019 /CNW/ – Indiva Limited (the “Company” or “Indiva”) (TSXV:NDVA.V) (US:NDVAF) has further solidified its commitment to the upcoming cannabis derivatives and edibles market by hiring Lucid Lab Group to design the Company’s planned extraction facility.
The facility, which is planned for Q2 2019, will be the hub of oil manufacturing and product innovation for all of Indiva’s related cannabis products, including tinctures and gel capsules, as well as licensed products such as Bhang Chocolate, Ruby Sugar and Ruby Chewable Gems.
Lucid Lab Group are experts in the design and operation of cannabis extraction facilities. They are based in Seattle, Washington, the home base of another Indiva partner, DeepCell Industries. DeepCell creates cannabis-infused products using their patented Crystal Fusion technology, and have also worked with Lucid to produce cannabis oil for their products.
We are very excited to work with Lucid given their expertise in this area, as well as their past history with one of our preferred partners and licensor DeepCell, our goal is to be prepared to serve the legal edibles market with high quality, innovative and award winning products.
Niel Marotta, Indiva’s President and CEO
Indiva’s wholly owned subsidiary is licensed under the Cannabis Act and is a supplier of high quality, medical grade cannabis and cannabis products. Indiva’s mission is to offer cannabis products that have a positive impact, improving lives and communities.
Indiva aims to become a house of global marijuana brands, recognized for high quality cannabis products. As marijuana laws liberalize in Canada and internationally, Indiva will expand its product offering to include safe edibles and other client-friendly cannabis products. In Canada, Indiva will produce and distribute Ruby Cannabis Sugar, Sapphire Salt, as well as Bhang Chocolate and other products through license agreements and joint-ventures respectively. In addition, as marijuana laws liberalize internationally, Indiva will use its Canadian operations as a platform to open new markets for its cannabis products.