October 1, 2018 — Viridium Pacific Group Ltd. (“Viridium” or the “Company”) (TSXV: VIR) (OTCPink: VIRFF) is pleased to announce its wholly owned subsidiary, Experion Biotechnologies Inc. (“Experion”), has completed its first sale of dried medical cannabis to one of the largest Licensed Producer (“LP”) in Canada headquartered British Columbia. The buyer of Experion’s first commercially available product is one of Canada’s industry leaders in medical cannabis cultivation and research with one of the longest track records of excellence and quality. The sale follows Experion receiving its medical wholesale license from Health Canada on August 18, 2018, and officially launches its wholesale business. This first sale validates Experion’s product has met or exceeded the product quality, sanitation and handling, production practice, and quality control standards of a leading medical cannabis distributor. Subsequent sales are being considered including supplier agreements to other LP’s and provincial distributors and we will keep the market informed as these become finalized.
Mr. Jarrett Malnarich, Viridium CEO, commented, “We are very excited launching our wholesale business and looking forward to future sales in both the medical and non-medical recreational markets. We have been ultra focused on procuring and cultivating quality strains ahead of our first sales transaction, and we are very pleased to have met the high standards of one of Canada’s leaders in the space.”
Viridium Pacific Group Ltd. is the parent company of operating subsidiaries involved in horticultural production, (Experion Biotechologies Inc.) property development (Fish Trap Ventures Ltd.), and human resource management (Stave Lake Services Ltd.) Experion Biotechnologies Inc., is a Health Canada licensed producer of cannabis, which operates in an 8,300 square-foot indoor facility outside of Mission, BC.
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