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SK-based Kiaro’s deal for distribution of its cannabis edibles and more

Food in Canada Staff   

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Kiaro announces that National Cannabis Distribution, the company’s wholesale subsidiary, recently entered into a reseller agreement with Golden Coast Sales and Marketing Inc. for the exclusive distribution rights to various cannabis 2.0 THC and CBD products in Saskatchewan which feature brands focused on vegan and gluten-free product lines.

“We are thrilled to be sharing our exclusive Vegan and Gluten free product lineup throughout our retailer network in Saskatchewan. The ‘Golden Coast Agreement’ is indeed a major step towards increasing NCD’s robust product offering, and better servicing the plant-based alternative community,” said Daniel Petrov, Chief Executive Office of Kiaro.

Below is a table highlighting the cannabis 2.0 product offerings and the anticipated launch dates for each offering:

White Rabbit OG Cannabis-infused pure fruit, all natural, vegan, and gluten free chews – Dec. 2020
True North Cannabis Corp. Value focused, hemp-based Cannabidiol (“CBD”) concentrates and extracts – first quarter 2021
HYTN Beverages Cannabis-infused all natural, sugar free and gluten free sparkling beverages – second quarter 2021
BC Legacy Extracts Small batch, craft cannabis concentrates and extracts – second quarter 2021


Launch dates are estimated and subject to regulatory approvals and availability from Licensed Producers.

White Rabbit is the first cannabis brand to focus on bringing to market craft edibles made with real fruit, all natural, vegan, and gluten free ingredients. White Rabbit edibles are naturally free of allergens and preservatives.
White Rabbit products are powered by EAT ME Technology (“EAT ME Tech”), a proprietary all-natural emulsion blend, specifically designed to be a consistent, reliable, and safe cannabis delivery system. EAT ME Tech has antioxidant properties creating a natural stabilizer for the cannabinoids.


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