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  • Nextleaf Solutions (OILS) partners with NOYA Cannabis for the Canadian launch of Cookies C-branded vapes
  • The launch of C branded vape cartridges has four flavours formulated with high-potency distillate produced by Nextleaf’s patented ingredient processing technology
  • Launching will happen first in Ontario, Canada’s largest adult-use cannabis market, this fall
  • Nextleaf Solutions (OILS) is a federally regulated manufacturer and distributor engaged in the extraction and distillation of cannabinoids
  • Nextleaf Solutions (OILS) is trading at C$0.07 as of 10:15 am ET

Nextleaf Solutions (OILS) partners with NOYA Cannabis for the Canadian launch of Cookies C branded vapes.

The federally regulated company has delivered custom-manufactured vape cartridges to NOYA.

Nextleaf is powering NOYA’s launch of C-branded vape cartridges with four flavours formulated with high-potency distillate produced by Nextleaf’s patented ingredient processing technology. C branded vape cartridges are launching first in Ontario, Canada’s largest adult-use cannabis market, this fall.

Ryan Ko, Nextleaf Co-Founder and VP of Innovation and Technology says:

“The NOYA team has shown an acute eye for identifying powerful brands and has done an excellent job delivering quality flower-based products to market. Naturally, we are excited to leverage the Nextleaf advantage to help power NOYA’s C-branded vapes in Canada.”

NOYA holds exclusive rights to premium international brands such as Cookies, Lemonnade, Minntz, and more. With a powerhouse portfolio of brands controlled by NOYA, Nextleaf believes NOYA is a perfect partner for its B2B service platform.

Ziad Reda, CEO of NOYA, says:

“Nextleaf is one of the best extractors and Cannabis 2.0 product manufacturers in the country. Their technology and expertise made it an easy decision for us to partner with them for our vape carts rollout.”

Nextleaf has issued 100,000 common shares at $0.08 per share for partial conversion of the Senior Secured Convertible Note.

NOYA Cannabis was founded in Hamilton, Ontario, in 2014. It is a licensed producer under the Cannabis Act.

Cookies was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco.

Nextleaf Solutions (OILS) is a federally regulated manufacturer and distributor engaged in the extraction and distillation of cannabinoids.

Nextleaf Solutions (OILS) is trading at C$0.07 as of 10:15 am ET.


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