Kaneh Co. is an Edible Brand and Co-Manufacturer of Gourmet Baked Cannabis Goods and Other Edibles
CALABASAS, Calif. — Resonate Blends, Inc. (OTCQB:KOAN), a Wellness Lifestyle cannabis holding company (“Resonate” or “the Company”), is pleased to announce that its board of directors has approved a plan to move forward on the acquisition of Iron Summit Distribution, Inc., a California corporation (“ISD” or “Iron Summit”) pending the execution of definitive agreements, obtaining the required corporate approvals and other matters.
The Company expects to finalize the transaction in the coming days, subject to the conditions expressed above. While the board has approved the transaction, there can be no guarantee of completion. Upon execution, the Company will file the definitive agreements on Form 8-K with the SEC to include the terms and conditions and other matters required by law.
Iron Summit is the creator of the Kaneh Co. brand, a gourmet line of cannabis-infused chocolates, brownies, cookies, truffles, solventless gummies and a variety of other high-end edibles. The San Diego-based firm also creates and manufactures products for some of the most recognizable brands in the baked cannabis and edible industry in California.
Resonate expects the closing to occur in the first week of October – and once completed, will combine the award-winning Koan Cordials along with the wholesome high-end products under the Kaneh Co. brand. The acquisition also provides Resonate a state-of-the-art kitchen in Southern California to further innovate the Kaneh Co. family of products, enhance Koan product development, increase third-party manufacturing capabilities and promote the buildout of its planned ‘Innovation Center’ alongside industry leaders in the California cannabis market.
Kaneh Co. is dedicated to bringing consistency, effectiveness and quality to all of their products – with a corporate mission to bring the “pure experience” to cannabis edibles. In 2021, ISD achieved revenues of more than $3 million dollars between their own brand and white label manufacturing, and it has plans to scale its operations with an aggressive revenue roadmap presented through 2023.
Resonate will provide a detailed announcement of the terms and conditions of the acquisition, which will outline the combined synergies, core capabilities, nationwide expansion strategies and overall plan to increase revenues through 2023.
About Resonate Blends, Inc. (OTCQB:KOAN)
Resonate Blends is a Calabasas, CA-based portfolio of Cannabis Wellness and Lifestyle brands. The company created the Resonate System—a comprehensive system of interconnected experience targets to personalize consumers’ relationship with Cannabis through its products. Koan Cordials, the world’s first Cannabis Cordial and Resonate’s flagship product line, was awarded the prestigious Gold Leaf Award for “Best New Brand” and a Clio Cannabis award for packaging and design. To learn more, please visit www.resonateblends.com.
About Iron Summit Distribution, Inc. (Kaneh Co.)
Kaneh Co. is all about quality the customer can taste and depend on. This is why Kaneh Co. uses the finest ingredients and laboratory tests all of its handcrafted goods. Kaneh Co. is meticulous about its work because of its passion for its products and consumer health. The family-owned bakery specializes in California-based legal cannabis products. Kaneh Co. is made up of a close-knit group of individuals brought together by a desire to produce authentic products with integrity and precision that ultimately benefit the health and lives of their consumers and providers. Kaneh Co. produces wholesome, high-end products that don’t compromise on quality ingredients, medicinal purity or presentation. To learn more, please visit https://www.kanehedibles.com/
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