48North Converts Good:House into propagation, processing and packaging facility
48North is developing formulations and manufacturing capabilities for its own proprietary products, as well as for third-party contract manufacturing
TORONTO – 48North Cannabis Corp. is converting its Good:House, 48North’s licenced indoor facility located in Brantford, Ont., from a cultivation-focused facility into a full-time propagation, processing, manufacturing, and packaging facility.
In preparation for the Good:Farm’s first outdoor harvest in August and second harvest in October, 48North, a vertically integrated cannabis company focused on the health and wellness market, is converting its Brantford facility, located 10 minutes away from the Good:Farm, into the processing, manufacturing, packaging and distribution hub for the Company’s outdoor cultivation site.
Good:Farm, Canada’s first and largest outdoor organic cannabis farm, is expected to yield more than 40,000 kg of dried cannabis, at what 48North expects to be the lowest cost per gram in the country.
In partnership with humble+fume, 48North is currently building out a state-of-the-art cannabis extraction facility able to process more than 30,000 kg of cannabis mass annually. As a result, Good:House will soon be equipped to conduct C02 extraction, producing full-spectrum oil, distillates and isolates, all critical ingredients in the development of next-generation, value-added cannabis products, available for retail sale by 48North in December 2019.
Good:Farm’s first outdoor harvest is in August and second harvest in October.
48North will be using this extraction lab to execute on its previously announced licensing agreements with Mother & Clone and Avitas in the manufacturing of their 100-per-cent natural, additive-free, single-strain, ultra-refined and purified products, such as vape pens and sublingual sprays.
48North’s Good:House, currently 46,000 sq. ft. located on five acres, is expandable to 350,000 sq. ft., on two-levels.
Looking ahead, 48North plans on building out its processing and manufacturing capabilities at Good:House as it continues to announce additional business verticals and next-generation products, either through licensing agreements or acquisition.