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7ACRES Receives Federal Approval for Additional Flowering Rooms

Tiverton | by Megan Johnson  

Director of Production and Head Grower Rebecca Phillips says the business has a good relationship with Health Canada.


Health Canada has now approved 18 of 25 flowering rooms at the 7ACRES facility in Tiverton.

Today 7ACRES parent company Supreme Pharmaceuticals made the announcement  that its flowering room space at 7ACRES will increases from 120,000 sq ft to 180,000 sq ft and 7ACRES' annual production capacity estimate increases from approximately 17,500kg to 26,250kg.

7ACRES Director of Production and Head Grower Rebecca Phillips says the business has a good relationship with Health Canada. "We're really closley regulated from them [Health Canada] and we have a really good relationship with them," she says.

John Fowler, President and Founder of Supreme Cannabis says, "with our multi-award winning 7ACRES brand now available in 8 out of 10 provinces, we look forward to completing construction of the facility so that cannabis enthusiasts coast-to-coast will be able to enjoy what we believe to be the highest-quality cannabis grown at scale in the country."

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