- Cannabis science innovator MCTC Holdings Inc. (soon to become Cannabis Global, Inc.) has begun production of its new infused coffee line under its Hemp You Can Feel (TM) product brand
- The new infused coffee product will make its debut at the annual White Label World Expo (United States) in Las Vegas on February 26-27 at the city’s Convention Center, booth space 451
- The infused food and beverage industry is growing on a state-by-state basis in the United States, and recently gained national legality in Canada
- MCTC has also developed a pair of white label infusion products – in tablet and powder form – that enable other companies to build their own cannabinoid-infused product profiles
MCTC Holdings Inc. (OTC: MCTC), building on its recent advances in cannabinoid product science, will make a splash with its public debut of the company’s new Hemp You Can Feel(TM) Coffee at the White Label World Expo (United States) in Las Vegas later this month.
The White Label Expo grants MCTC the ideal forum for introducing its patent-pending science-based cannabinoid-infused coffee, given that the company is also introducing new infusion products to help coffee companies and manufacturers of other beverages produce their own clean-label drinks using a process superior to commonly used infusion systems (http://ibn.fm/ErKef).
“We are well into production and will be shipping next week in preparation for the Las Vegas event,” CEO Arman Tabatabaei stated in a February 11 news release about the company’s White Label World Expo appearance, in booth 451 (http://ibn.fm/RaBmu). “Based on only the finest ingredients available anywhere in the marketplace, Hemp You Can Feel(TM) Coffee starts with ultra-premium organic coffee infused with our all-natural, patent pending dual infusion process. 100% organic green coffee beans are imported from South America directly (to the company’s Los Angeles production facility) and we supervise the roasting, grinding, CBD infusion and packaging right at our facility. We then package everything onsite in 100% compostable containers, including the pods and the lids.”
MCTC Holdings, which plans to soon change its name to Cannabis Global, (the expo recognizes the company as CGI), has prioritized the improvement of infusion technologies by developing means of making cannabinoid extracts bio-available at highly efficient, minuscule particulate sizes.
The White Label Expo gathers thousands of online sellers, suppliers and buyers from around the world for an incomparable opportunity to network with other industry leaders while showcasing new products. The expo will take place February 26-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the heart of the neon city’s nexus of entertainment and business activity (http://ibn.fm/D1WwA).
Cannabis-infused foods and beverages are gaining a growing consumer fanbase as such uses gain approval from legal authorities, particularly in Canada where newly permitted infused food products began to hit store shelves in December under sweeping changes in the nation’s drug legislation. As an example of their popularity, when the government-run Ontario Cannabis Store opened its infused edibles product lines last month, they immediately sold out to the chagrin of late-arriving customers (http://ibn.fm/sKqxQ).
Businesses in the industry are anticipating cannabinoids’ reputed wellness-boosting properties can be used effectively in everything from dairy products to alcohol, but in the United States the infused food and beverage industry is only legally accessible on a state-by-state basis as it gradually gains a toehold amid populations unwilling to wait longer for federal food science reviews. California recently opened the first farm-to-table cannabis restaurant in West Hollywood, building on the cafe model prevalent in Amsterdam (http://ibn.fm/L2TTa).
In addition to the 100 percent compostable single-serving coffee pods Tabatabaei mentioned, perhaps the greatest virtue of the company’s Hemp You Can Feel line is that its green, eco-friendly infusion technologies are free of all chemicals, emulsifiers and surfactants, based on only natural ingredients such as trace amounts of organic vegetable oils, honey and agave.
The company plans to continue actively developing research and development programs that deliver cannabinoid-based products for consumption and dermal application, focusing on exotic cannabinoids and enhanced extract effectiveness through use of polymeric solid nanoparticles and nanofibers.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CannabisGlobalInc.com
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to MCTC are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ibn.fm/MCTC