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Peak Processing granted cannabis processor’s licence

Service model is aimed at cannabis-licence holders and non-licensed CPG groups looking to enter the Canadian  market.

September 15, 2020   by PLANT STAFF

Beverage canning line, Tecumseh. Ont.
Photo: Peak Processing

TECUMSEH, Ont. — Peak Processing Solutions has received its Health Canada processor’s licence allowing it to move to the next phase of its contract service model.

Peak, a  subsidiary of Althea Group Holdings and based in Tecumseh, Ont., said it has large-scale cannabis processing and packaging capabilities with an automated canning line and hydrocarbon extraction. Its service model is aimed at cannabis-licence holders and non-licensed CPG groups looking to enter the Canadian  market.

The 40,000 square-foot facility formulates, processes and packages a variety of product types including: canned beverages; concentrates; topicals; ; powders; vaporizers; and medicinal products.
Althea Group Holdings Ltd. is an Australian licensed producer, supplier and exporter of pharmaceutical grade medicinal cannabis.


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