To maintain a high standard of quality, CLC’s field personnel hand-cut buds from plants, and package them into food-grade bags which are transferred to the processing facility. The product is then sent through a stainless-steel grinder, which refines the material to a half-inch medium. After being ground, the product is placed on custom stackable food-grade trays, which are secured for drying in preparation for extraction of oil products.
About Christina Lake Cannabis Corp.
Christina Lake Cannabis Corp is a Licensed Producer of cannabis under the Cannabis Act which also received a Research and Development License from Health Canada on May 20, 2020. CLC’s facility consists of a 32-acre property, which includes over 950,000 square feet of outdoor grow space, offices, propagation and drying rooms, as well as research facilities, and a facility dedicated to processing and extraction. CLC cultivates cannabis using strains specifically developed for outdoor cultivation and expects to produce 22,500 kg or more from its 32-acre facility before developing its adjacent 99-acre expansion property, which will bring its cultivation footprint to over 4.35 million square feet or over 88,000 kg of low-cost, high-quality, sun-grown cannabis annually.
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