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Acres Agricultural Canada receives 300 acre cannabis license approval

From the Government of St. Vincent & the Grenadines, our partner Acres Agricultural Canada, has received a 300-acre cannabis license – could this be a new era of cannabis cultivation?

With its stunning volcanic landscapes, SVG (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) is known to have the optimal conditions for cannabis cultivation and has developed an international reputation for quality cannabis over many decades. It’s seismic not just for Acres, but for St. Vincent and the Grenadines, said CEO of Acres Agricultural Canada, Patrick Power.

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“As the leading licensed producer in the country it gives us the opportunity to make the kind of economic and social impact that we have always wanted to make as country men and women, and investors.” He adds.

Acres Agricultural Canada Corp. is pleased to announce that it has received approval from the Medicinal Cannabis Authority of St. Vincent & the Grenadines to produce within the country and export internationally.

The company’s wholly owned subsidiary Acres Agricultural (SVG) Ltd. will be issued the top tier license for the cultivation of 300 acres, becoming a Licensed Producer that is ready to commence operations in St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

“The most practiced and heralded cannabis scientists in the industry”

In addition to the exceptional Acres team comprised of seasoned cannabis and business leaders, a number of unique factors will help the company’s ability to quickly become a global supplier of organically certified medicinal cannabis:

  • The perfect climate and geographical location gives an abundance of sunshine all year that will augment planned green housing;
  • Tried and tested rich volcanic soils;
  • Long history of agricultural production;
  • An abundance of cheap water supply;
  • Over 1,500 farmers with a working experience in cultivating cannabis;
  • Easy-to-do business systems; and
  • International air and sea access.

Reginald Spaulding, Chief Operating Officer of Acres added: “This is the culmination of what has been an amazing year of preparation working with the traditional farmers to pave the way for success, securing premium lands for both cultivation and processing and bringing on board the most practiced and heralded cannabis scientists in the industry. Let’s go!”

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