Affinor Growers Partners With Herbal Analytics for Cannabis Quality Control in Washington State
September 9, 2014 (Source: Marketwired) — Affinor Growers (CSE:AFI)(OTCQB:RSSFF)(FRANKFURT:1AF) (“Affinor” or the “Corporation) has signed an agreement with Herbal Analytics, a Washington State testing laboratory, to provide quality control for cannabis products . Herbal Analytics has the staff, instrumentation, and procedures necessary to comply with the scope of tests that Washington State requires for SI502 quality control of Cannabis and associated derivatives.
Herbal Analytics has extensive herbal product industry experience with an edge using the most efficient and innovative analytical platforms for accurate and rapid results. Herbal Analytics chemical tests have been legitimized and proven, based on Bio Analytical Method Validation for accuracy and precision.
Herbal Analytics brings a wide range of services to Affinor Growers, providing them with critical data on which to base informed business decisions. The laboratory’s background in Botanical Medicine puts them first in the industry for guided intelligence in product development for specific plant chemotypes and standardization for efficacy.
Under the terms, Affinor Growers paid $150,000 cash, $150,000 in a repayable loan over a maximum of 4 years and issued 949,612 of Affinor common shares at $0.516 per share for 49%. The proceeds will be used to build the laboratories to meet the demand and handling the volume necessary of SI-502 and medical clients in Washington State, including, but not limited to, the equipment, employee salaries, marketing, sales and regular business needs.
Sebastien Plouffe, President and CEO, comments: “This relationship is another demonstration of Affinor’s commitment to become the ultimate grower and supplier of high quality cannabis products in Washington State and the expanding legalized states and countries. This is a profitable business and Affinor is thrilled to have a 49% participation in the profit of Herbal Analytics”.
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Affinor Growers is a diversified publicly traded company on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol (“AFI”). Affinor is focused on growing high quality crops such as romaine lettuce, spinach, strawberries and high quality medical Marijuana. Affinor is committed to becoming a pre-eminent grower, using exclusive vertical farming techniques.
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