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How Ontario’s Top Cannabis Edibles Producer is Growing During Coronavirus

Omri Wallach Omri Wallach, Stockhouse
0 Comments| April 7, 2020

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Click to enlargeFirst, the coronavirus pandemic brought the cannabis sector (and the markets) down. Then, cannabis bounced back, posting record sales and being labelled an essential service in most locations.

How do you find the cannabis companies that will succeed during uncertain times? Look for those that have been doing it right, and have the track record to show it.

For Indiva Limited (TSX-V:NDVA, OTC:NDVAF, Forum), the proof is in the rankings. The Ontario-based LP set out to produce the best cannabis edibles in the market, and through key partnerships and strong feedback, secured the top sales spots in Ontario.

In fact, Indiva has managed to navigate the rough market and continue to grow its position. In March alone, the Company expanded its production license and secured a distribution partnership with award-winning edibles producer Wana Brands, Inc.

How do they do it? Indiva’s President and CEO, Niel Marotta, recently spoke with Stockhouse Media to highlight how the Company has navigated the market, how the coronavirus pandemic affects everything, and what’s next for cannabis.



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