ADELANTO – An international company has made the purchase of a ten-acre property in the City of Adelanto for the development of a contract marijuana cultivation project.
Lifestyles Delivery Systems (LDS) Inc. from Vancouver British Columbia purchased land near the 22,000 square foot facility currently being retrofitted by the company for use of its business operations for $500,000. The new ten-acre property can house up to ten individual 20,000 square foot facilities, which could produce as much as 25% of the total biomass needed for the projected annual manufacturing and production requirements to produce oil and distillate for CannaStrips™.
CannaStrips™ are infused strips, similar to breath strips that are a safer and healthier alternative to smoking. These also will be able to meter dosage and assure the purity of the product. The company plans to develop and own the facilities, which are then to be leased to permitted cultivation entities that hold the Conditional Use Permits in Adelanto. “The Company, through series of operating and management agreements, will have a right of first refusal to acquire the biomass produced in the new cultivation facilities,” said LDS officials in a news release. “The integration of this project into the Company’s supply chain will allow for a continuous supply of clean biomass for manufacturing the purest and safest products possible.”
The CEO of LDS, Brad Eckenweiler commented, “This project is an integral part of the Company’s overall strategy to control its production and manufacturing capabilities at every level of the supply chain. From seed to sale we intend to control the quality, effectiveness and the cost to the patients.” The Company intends to submit its development plans to the City of Adelanto in July 2017 for approval.
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