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CLA ganja licence holders to announce plans, goals tomorrow

Thursday, November 09, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — There will be a press conference at The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston tomorrow to announce the plans for a partnership and new working relationship between the three companies that have been officially granted licences by the Cannabis licensing Authority, (CLA) to grow and process ganja extracts and medical products in Jamaica.

According to a release from Timeless Herbal Care Jamaica, it and the other two companies, Epican and Everything Oily are determined to help transform Jamaica into the Hub for the highest quality medicinal marijuana products for the world.

They have already signed contracts with the agreement of the CLA and will be updating the country about their plans and goals.

Ministers of government, members of the CLA Board and other officials and stakeholders who work with the industry are expected to attend this unique conference, which is being held as an example to unite the industry players to achieve greater levels of production, efficiency and the highest degrees of scientific and medicinal research in this multi-faceted and lucrative industry.

The press conference will start at 11:00 am.

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