- Flora Growth is a global cannabis brand-builder focused on the cultivation of product at a central Colombian facility and marketing through a design-led international supply chain
- Flora recently announced an agreement with Colombia’s Misak tribe for cooperative processing and distribution of cannabis, drawing on the tribe’s licensing advantage to accelerate the pair’s marketing capacity
- Flora is headquartered in Canada, but its strength lies in its Colombian-based cultivation operations centered in Colombia, one of the largest licensed outdoor operations in the world
- In recent years, Colombia’s government has been working to create a legalization framework for cannabis cultivation, processing and exportation to shake off its legacy of illegal drug trade violence
Canada-headquartered global cannabis brand-builder Flora Growth (NASDAQ: FLGC) is increasing the strength of its supply chain, centered in its 100-hectare (about 247-acre) cultivation facility located in the heart of Colombia’s green climate, by finalizing a distribution agreement with the Misak indigenous tribe’s pharmaceutical arm.
“Through this partnership, we will collaborate with the tribe on the processing and distribution of their Colombian-grown cannabis while offering Manasr a powerful platform for product distribution,” Flora Growth Chairman and CEO Luis Merchan stated in an August news release announcing the…
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