Show-Me Organics Acquires Growth and Manufacturing Facility from Holistic Industries — Greenway Magazine | So Good News
Missouri’s best-selling brand of Cannabis Concentrates – Vivid – Moves into the flower together Modern and advanced manufacturing facility
Missouri-based cannabis company Vivid; Missouri’s Own Show-Me Organics, operator of Buoyant Bob and Blue Sage, announced that it will purchase an 80,000-square-foot cannabis cultivation facility in Kansas City from Holistic Industries. the country’s largest in the cannabis industry; private-state multi-operators. The terms of the contract were signed by both parties. and October 3rd Closed subject to approval by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. No other transaction details were disclosed.
The plant is currently in operation and produces over 1,000 lbs. high quality Blooms a month for dispensaries throughout Missouri. Holistic Industries recently entered the Missouri market. Stre brand versus It is sold in about 30 pharmacies nationwide. Show-Me Organics will source the genetics and flowers currently in production, with rigorous standard operating procedures that consistently produce cannabis at THC levels between 25-33%. It is highly involved in genetics. sought after Strains like Florida Kush now sold by Vivid.
“We believe we are getting the best-designed grow facility in the state, and we tip our hat to Holistic Industries, who will perfect the design and process in nine other states,” said Boston Dickerson, co-founder and CEO of Show-Me Organics. . “This is one one of a kind opportunity From the employee factory Down to genetics.”
Josh GendersonThe founder and CEO of Holistic Industries says, “Quality is often sought after, especially in the cannabis industry. I’m proud to be among the top players in Missouri and continue what our team has built.”
The acquisition of the growing and manufacturing operations makes Show-Me Organics a vertical player and its two dispensaries; Included in the portfolio of manufacturing and transportation services. The company plans to hire about 60 employees at its newly acquired manufacturing facility while continuing to operate its laboratory in Springfield, Missouri.