Zen Craft Grow provides micro-cultivation cannabis growers guidance on regulatory compliance, distribution, and financing.
As per the proposed regulations under the Cannabis Act surrounding micro-cultivation Canada, craft cannabis growers stand to greatly benefit by partnering with Zenabis… here’s how:
Gain Access to Resources and Support
As one of Canada’s largest Licensed Producers, Zenabis has a large team of experts in marketing, branding, sales, accounting, and research and development. We will provide SOP’s, compliance, and regulatory training. In addition we can help you with quality control testing to ensure final products meet all regulations. We can also provide financing to help you meet Health Canada regulations. In addition to this, our Memorandum of Understanding with the New Brunswick government allows us to supply the province with 4 million grams of marijuana. As such, you can take advantage of our resources and vast distribution network to get recognized and stay ahead in this growing industry. Our state-of-the-art facilities ensure that product is processed in compliance to Health Canada’s safety standards. Furthermore, BC and NB partners, will have the added benefit of closer proximity to our facilities.
As a partner of Zenabis, craft cannabis growers will maintain full integrity as business owners. You will have the flexibility to grow and manage your own businesses, as well as the freedom to develop new innovations. This will allow you to remain independent, while leveraging Zenabis for distribution and sales. We have relationships with Provincial Liquor Boards across the country and medical patients through current mail order delivery system. In addition, we also have existing relationships with Health Insurance Benefit providers that can ensure all product is sold. This means you can focus all your energy towards your passion for growing.
Support Your Community
Because Zenabis is community-focused, we recognize the strong socio-economic impact craft cannabis growers have in respective local regions. Thus, by partnering with Zenabis, you will have the platform required to sell products under all regulations surrounding micro-cultivation Canada. This helps smaller businesses continue to grow, while helping local communities thrive as a result. In addition, Zenabis has partnered with Kwantlen Polytechnic University to help develop the curriculum for three online cannabis courses. These courses help cannabis advocates advance their knowledge by learning more about this exciting new industry. In addition, we have also partnered with the Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nations Group, who have provided $3 million in financing.
Zenabis is one of Canada’s largest Licensed Producers of medical marijuana. With a 25,000 square foot facility in Delta, British Columbia and a 380,000 square foot facility in Atholville, New Brunswick, Zenabis is recognized coast to coast! Both ACMPR facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and were designed for future scalability.
Zenabis is a part of the Sun Pharm family which also oversees Namaste.com -a luxury cannabis brand - and Vida Cannabis, a late-stage ACMPR applicant with a 255,000 square foot facility in Stellarton, Nova Scotia. With its facilities combined, Sun Pharm holds 660,000 square feet of indoor facility space and is one of the largest producers of cannabis in Canada.
Zenabis is looking for experienced craft cannabis growers to partner with for micro-cultivation in Canada. At Zenabis, we believe in building communities and offering our customers choice. Therefore we are looking to partner with Craft Cannabis Growers across the country. Please fill out the form below and tell us why you want to be part of Zen Craft Grow.
Please note, due to the volume of emails we receive we are only able to respond to qualified candidates for the Zen Craft Grow program. We are not able to provide advice on licensing or growing cannabis. However, visit these Health Canada links for more information about the proposed approach to the regulation of cannabis (Bill C-45) and micro-cultivation.