Isodiol sets up operations in Mexico to begin shipping cannabis products
Company now working on a manufacturing permit to produce medical marijuana with less than 1% THC.
VANCOUVER — Isodiol International Inc., a developer of cannabis products for the pharmaceutical and consumer markets, has established operations in Mexico.
Mexico has officially legalized medical marijuana with less than 1% THC.
The Vancouver-based company has invested in infrastructure to expand its distribution into the market.
“Through our online sales platform, we will immediately be able to commence distribution and build a footprint within Mexico,” said Marcos Agramont, the company’s CEO and director. “We will also continue to work through the approval process with Comision Federal para la Proteccion contra Riesgos Sanitarios for our manufacturing permit which will allow us to produce in Mexico.”