The Valluna company estimates to produce 2.2 million seeds in 2022. By 2023 it expects to produce three million and 1.1 tons of dried flower
The Valle del Cauca company, BreedCo, led by Sebastián Gámez, will export cannabis products to more than six countries thanks to an alliance with the American company Kinetiq Group.
Some of the destinations for cannabis flowers and seeds will be the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, South Africa, Australia, the United States, and several Latin American countries.
Ken Grams, CEO, and founder of Kinetiq, noted that Colombia is a strategic entry point to Latin America, thanks to its positive business environment, overall stability, and diversity of talented professionals. From Colombia, we operate service activities in markets such as Mexico, Panama, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, and Chile thanks to connectivity through ports and airports with international connectivity”.
BreedCo has invested US$1.7 million in its consolidation and will receive an additional US$1 million from the American company and in the next two years another reinvestment in the industry to strengthen marketing activities abroad.
The investment company will only serve customers in the United States and for marketing in Europe, BreedCo will set up a collection center in the United Kingdom. The Valluna company estimates to produce 2.2 million seeds in 2022. By 2023 it expects to produce three million and 1.1 tons of dry flowers.
Visit link: larepublica.co