VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Pure Extracts Technologies Corp. (CSE: PULL) (OTC: PRXTF) (XFRA: A2QJAJ) (“Pure Extracts” or the “Company”), a plant-based extraction company focused on cannabis, hemp, functional mushrooms and the rapidly emerging psychedelic sector, is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Pure Extracts Manufacturing Corp., has received a purchase order (PO) from the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) for its new, high potency, 1g vape carts. This Pure PullsTM branded product called 9 lb Hammer will be available in August for purchase through licensed, private retailers throughout the province of Ontario, and through the OCS’ online store.
This new distillate vape listing with its up to 90% THC potency and botanical terpenes has been created by Pure Extracts from its intellectual property consisting of 30+ proprietary formulations and will compliment the Company’s 1g full spectrum oil (FSO) CBD Blend vapes and 1g FSO THC GSC vapes that were previously listed by the OCS. Pure Extracts’ other OCS listings are Pure Chews edible Fire Burst THC gummies and Pure Chews edible CBD 100mg gummies.
With a trend towards higher potency cartridges as consumer preferences mature, demand for Pure Pulls 9 lb Hammer is strong across Canada as this refined THC distillate offers a strong, smooth and enjoyable experience to the consumer while generating high margins for the Company.
Pure Extracts’ CEO, Ben Nikolaevsky, remarked, “We are excited about receiving our largest ever PO by both dollar amount and unit count. And it’s especially gratifying to have received this PO from the OCS, in the largest and most competitive provincial cannabis market in Canada. This marks another successful milestone in the expansion of our line of branded products.”
About Pure Extracts Technologies Corp. (CSE: PULL) (OTC: PRXTF) (XFRA: A2QJAJ)
Pure Extracts features an all-new, state-of-the-art processing facility located just 20 minutes north of world-famous Whistler, British Columbia. The bespoke facility has been constructed to European Union GMP standards aiming towards export sales of products and formulations, including those currently restricted in Canada, into European jurisdictions where they are legally available. Pure Extracts was granted its Standard Processing License by Health Canada under the Cannabis Act on September 25, 2020, and its Sales Amendment on July 19, 2021. The Company’s stock began trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) on November 5, 2020.
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ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
CEO and Director
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