An Indigenous-owned and -operated cannabis producer in British Columbia has its sights set on domestic and international expansion.
In an interview with MJBizDaily, All Nations executives said one of their big advantages is the company’s story.
“We’re giving people (consumers) all of the things they look for when they want to buy into something; it’s good product, has a good story, and consumers are ethically paying into something they know is going to help the economy and development,” said Stacey Duffy, the company’s director of retail.
CEO Darwin Douglas added that “we’ve focused on the production of quality cannabis. That’s our foundation. That’s our bedrock – to grow premium and ultra-premium cannabis.
“That’s the sweet spot – to be successful in business and also support positive social change in the communities where we work.”
All Nations, which is majority-owned by the Shxwhá:y Village Indigenous community near
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