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The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TSX: TGOD) (OTCQX: TGODF) Built Strategically from Day One

  • The company delivers premium, certified organic cannabis to Canada and international markets
  • TGOD intends to explore strategic international markets with exclusive licensing deals and partnerships
  • The company has set its sights on the beverage industry as it continues to look forward

The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TSX: TGOD) (OTCQX: TGODF), a premium, global organic cannabis firm, is creating a sustainable and successful company through its careful planning and strategic growth strategy implementation. The company is focused on the medical cannabis markets in Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America, as well as the Canadian adult-use market.

TGOD’s strategic approach is unique, combining a focus on growing organic products and implementing logistical and infrastructure controls not often seen with industry competitors. This results in a premium crop. The company has also partnered with the world’s second-largest power management company, Eaton, and Canada’s second-largest construction management company, Ledcor, to ensure ultimate use of space and power. One of only three certified organically grown cannabis companies in Canada, TGOD is committed to maintaining a competitive edge at home and abroad.

TGOD’s vision is to become the global leader in delivering premium organic cannabis solutions that enhance its customers’ lives. The company’s product and process of growth are certified organic by the industry’s leading certification bodies, Ecocert and ProCert. TGOD is producing high-quality cannabis in living soil with established organic growing techniques and leading-edge intellectual property. Its living soil is free of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic nutrients, and products grown in this medium command a premium price.

TGOD’s focus on quality control and production efficiency have enabled it to enjoy healthy profit margins, and the company is acting on its mission to become a household name in the global cannabis community. To become a global leader, TGOD consistently explores strategic international opportunities. The company has already secured exclusive licensing deals in Canada and select international markets. Through a partnership with Epican, a vertically integrated Jamaican cannabis company in which TGOD has acquired a 49.18 percent interest, TGOD provides a platform to export its branded, premium Jamaican-grown cannabis products to select international jurisdictions for medical purposes. A joint venture with Denmark’s Queen Genetics/Knud Jepsen aims to develop and patent innovative and commercially valuable, elite cannabis genetics. The combined run rate of the Canadian-located Hamilton and Valleyfield facilities, along with the Jamaican domestic expansion and Denmark pilot, ramp up TGOD’s production to 219,000 kg, and the company hasn’t stopped there.

HemPoland, a fully owned subsidiary of TGOD, is providing a strategic cannabis gateway to the 750 million people in Europe, while a joint venture with LLACA provides access to 7,600 potential retail locations in Mexico and its 640 million residents.

Every element of The Green Organic Dutchman – from the ground up – has been planned carefully, deliberately and strategically. TGOD is ideally located in Ontario and Quebec to reduce shipping distance and provide higher customer satisfaction with lower operating expenses in Canada. The two provinces represent almost two-thirds of the Canadian population, allowing TGOD to simplify logistics. The provinces also border six U.S. states, allowing the company to capitalize on an estimated 57 million potential recreational cannabis tourists. TGOD provides coast-to-coast distribution in Canada through Velvet Management Inc., a well-known distribution company, established in 1968, that manages the largest wine sales force in the country.

By leveraging innovative tech and low-cost power solutions, the company is positioned to be one of the highest-quality and lowest-cost producers in Canada. This is in large part due to strategic partnerships with Eaton, Ledcor Group and Hamilton Utilities Corp. These partnerships allow TGOD to build the most advanced hybrid facilities in Canada capable of producing cannabis at some of the lowest costs today.

Grown organically and at low costs, the final product demands a premium price in the marketplace, increasing TGOD’s margins.

As the company continues to look to the future, it has set its sights on the beverage industry. A 40,000-square-foot Innovation Campus is in the planning stages and will focus on developing consumer-preferred products across a wide range of categories and occasions. The company wants to explore high-quality organic edibles and beverages, a plan that provides TGOD with a strategic path into the large-scale beverage, beverage alcohol and cannabis edibles markets.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.TGOD.ca

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to TGODF are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ibn.fm/TGODF

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