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The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TSX: TGOD) (OTCQX: TGODF) Focusing on Farm Grown, High Quality Organic Medical Cannabis

  • The Green Organic Dutchman is a producer of first-rate organic cannabis
  • The company recently provided a construction update on its Valleyfield and Hamilton operations
  • TGOD and the Greek government have had discussions concerning the nature of proposed operational plans in the country

Established in 2012, The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TSX: TGOD) (OTCQX: TGODF) focuses on the production of premium certified organic cannabis. The company’s organic process includes living soil, sustainable energy and laboratory certification and testing. Its organic processes are certified by Ecocert, one of the most astute organic certification organizations. The company’s operational emphasis is on medical cannabis markets in Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America, as well as the Canadian adult-use market. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, The Green Organic Dutchman is working on becoming the largest organic cannabis enterprise in the world.

TGOD is one of the lowest cost, highest quality producers in Canada and has one of the most diverse, experienced and proven management teams in Canada (http://ibn.fm/ZZX7E). The company produces farm grown, high quality organic medical cannabis in small batches. It does so employing organic craft growing principles. Its organic products are free from pesticides, herbicides and synthetic nutrients. Fundamentally, TGOD’s processes produce 100 percent non-irradiated premier organic cannabis grown in living soil.

Recently, TGOD provided a comprehensive construction update on its domestic Valleyfield, Quebec, and Hamilton, Ontario, operations. Major progress has been made toward the completion of both facilities. In January 2018, construction started on the 2,700 sq. ft. breeding facility in Valleyfield. In April 2018, the facility was completed. Moreover, in June 2018, it received a cultivation license (http://ibn.fm/jF5zC).

The engineering design improvements optimize facility throughput. This, in tandem with organic specific modifications, provides a forecast domestic productive capacity boost from 156,000 kg to 202,500 kg.

Regarding the Hamilton operations, TGOD has modified major systems from the original design. Furthermore, the company has re-engineered the whole harvesting process to enhance production uptime and facility throughput. Therefore, this has resulted in increased productive capacity from 14,000 kg to 17,500 kg. TGOD has grown and successfully harvested numerous crops in the pilot facility. It has also stored product for its forthcoming medical pilot launch.

In a news release, Brian Athaide, TGOD’s chief executive officer, said, “Not only have we addressed the important redesign requirements, we have also made significant improvements to the operating capacity and capital timing of our facilities, resulting in an additional 46,500 kgs of productive capacity.”

In addition, TGOD recently commented on the Greek Ministry of Agriculture’s press release and CNN’s (Greece) coverage (dated January 25, 2019) related to TGOD’s proposed Greece operations (http://ibn.fm/zNtfS). TGOD and the Greek government have had advanced talks regarding the nature of the proposed plans. Since early 2018, TGOD has been in communication with different Greek Ministries, including the Ministry of Rural Development and Food. The company is waiting on a license for the production of medicinal cannabis. TGOD has confirmed plans to build and commission a multi-phased facility, subject to licensing from the Greek government.

With a funded capacity of 219,000 kg, TGOD offers a compelling opportunity for perceptive investors. TGOD is constructing 1.64 million sq. ft. of facilities across Ontario, Quebec, Denmark and Jamaica. The company, with its global initiatives, is at the frontline of production of premium certified organic cannabis.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.TGOD.ca

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