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Rritual announces the completion of its second manufacturing run and commencement of third

Rritual has also partnered with a third-party logistics provider and has implemented the order automation process to sync with major retailers as well as e-commerce.

March 17, 2021  by CM Staff

VANCOUVER — Rritual Superfoods Inc. provides an update on the upcoming US retail launch of its plant-based superfood products.

Rritual has completed a second commercial scale manufacturing run which is approximately 50% larger than its initial production run. Production for early April is scheduled and is expected to be 200% larger than the current manufacturing run. Achieving commercial scale production while maintaining quality products represents a major inflection point towards executing upon the companies go to market strategy. Rritual continues to actively engage with its supply chain partners to secure sufficient raw ingredients and packaging materials to meet the Company’s North American demand forecast.

Additionally, the Company has partnered with a third-party logistics provider and has implemented the order automation process to sync with major retailers as well as e-commerce. This partner has warehouses throughout North America and the scale required to allow Rritual to implement its mass retail roll out strategy as well as fulfillment of e-commerce sales. Online order shipments have commenced and are being fulfilled by the logistics provider.

David Kerbel, CEO Commented: “The early feedback we’ve had from consumers and prospective retail partners is very encouraging. To meet expected demand, we have ramped up securing raw materials and scheduled commercial scale production runs. Maintaining a consistent and scalable manufacturing cycle is a core focus as we look forward to bringing our products to the major retailer shelves soon. Our team has been carefully and methodically building our logistics infrastructure which will allow for not only our needs today but also will allow us to achieve sustainable growth into the future.”

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