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HYTN initiates sale of cannabis products in Que.

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The Agreement provides a path for HYTN to sell its products, through Rose, to la Société québécoise du cannabis.

VANCOUVER — HYTN Innovations Inc. announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, HYTN Cannabis Inc., has entered into a sales, distribution and marketing agreement with Rose LifeScience Inc., a supplier of cannabis products in Quebec. The Agreement provides a path for HYTN to sell its products, through Rose, to la Société québécoise du cannabis and supports the Company’s goal of delivering its cannabis products featuring Elevation Technology® to every province and territory in Canada.

HYTN notes that it has achieved vendor qualification in all Canadian markets. However, Quebec is a unique market that requires hands on experience and on the ground presence. Jason Broome, HYTN Chief Operating Officer, stated, “Quebec is a critical market for HYTN’s cannabis beverages. Our formulations team has created unique products specifically for Quebec and we are proud that HYTN has focused on Quebec’s needs by delivering the only sugar-free maximum allowable dose, rapid onset beverage available to consumers in the province. It is a testament to our formulation, quality and operations teams that we were able to quickly scale from bench top to brite tank to meet demand.”

Elliot McKerr, HYTN Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Our partnership with Rose LifeScience, a world-class organization, is founded on our mutual dedication to delivering incredible products to an amazing market. This partnership gives consumers in Quebec the opportunity to experience HYTN’s great product portfolio. We are looking forward to seeing the sales progression that an experienced team such as Rose can deliver and are confident that they will provide the very best path to growth within Quebec.”

Pursuant to the Agreement, all revenue from orders of HYTN’s cannabis products will flow from the SQDC through Rose to HYTN. HYTN will then pay Rose a commission for their services. The Company filled its first order under the arrangement this month.



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