Acacia Diversified Holdings, Inc. (“Acacia” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: ACCA), www.acaciadiversifiedholdings.com an emerging cannabis company, is announcing its receipt of its second food grade manufactures permit in the company’s mobile fleet. The first state to grant MariJ a CPDHE permit was Colorado. MariJ has now been granted a Consumer and Industry Services Permit in the state of Tennessee.
Eufloria Medical of Tennessee, Inc. (Eufloria), www.eufloriamedical.com is a wholly-owned subsidiary of (ACCA) and will be growing unique strains of hemp for MariJ Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (MariJ) www.marijinc.com to process and manufacture. Eufloria is a vertically-integrated hemp operation in Tennessee.
“We are excited to receive this permit which gets us a few steps closer to FDA standards. This assures a safe and chemical-free, product that the citizens of Tennessee can be assured of, while obtaining the health benefits of the whole-hemp plant food, using USDA certified organic products and pharmaceutical grade extracts, that are tracked through the company owned technology software,” said Richard K. Pertile, Acacia’s Chief Executive Officer.
“Given the state-specific dynamic nature of cannabis/hemp regulations, receiving our cGMP certification in the State of TN is very meaningful. To be able to assure our patrons that quality is built into our manufacturing and processes at every step of the way, which is very important as our industry moves forward,” said Kim Edwards, Chief Operations Officer of Acacia Diversified Holdings.
About the Company:
Acacia Diversified Holdings has a wholly-owned subsidiary for growing hemp called Eufloria and it uses its processing and manufacturing company, MariJ to create consumer products for distribution under the Eufloria brand. Dahlia’s Botanicals www.dahliasbotanicals.org is another part of the Acacia portfolio, with a portion of sales from its U.S.D.A Certified Organic Hemp product going to the Canna-moms 501(3)c organization.
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