The BC Bud Co Receives First Dried Flower Purchase Order for Saskatchewan 

By October 19, 2021No Comments

The BC Bud Co Launches Dried Flower

Vancouver, BC, October 19th, 2021 – The BC Bud Corporation (CSE: BCBC), a house of high-quality cannabis brands, is pleased to announce its first purchase order from National Cannabis Distribution, a subsidiary of Kiaro Cannabis, for its dried flower offering in 3.5 gram and pre-roll format for November with two cultivars, Cashew Breath and Animal Cookies. This is in partnership with Licensed Producer, Dunesberry Farms in Kamloops, BC and Sales License Holder, Apothecary Botanticals.

National Cannabis Distribution, located in Warman, Saskatchewan is a wholesale distribution division servicing 60+ cannabis retailers. 

Dunesberry Farms and The BC Bud Co will work together to provide unique genetics for multiple dried flower formats across Canada, cultivated in small batches and hand-trimmed. This marks the first distribution into the Province of Saskatchewan and will be followed by additional product offerings.

“The BC Bud Co is well positioned to bring quality BC craft cannabis to the Canadian cannabis market, and Dunesberry Farms couldn’t be more excited to be cultivating for the team at The BC Bud Co. They are extraordinary people doing extraordinary things, and we believe The BC Bud Co will be the brand of choice going forward”, remarked Bill Bilton, CEO of Dunesberry Farms.

“Working with Bill and his team of industry veterans is an absolute pleasure. We are extremely pleased to now offer BC Bud Co branded flower offerings to Saskatchewan residents and further expand our reach across the country. We continue our approach of prioritizing shareholder value and customer experience as Canada goes into its third year of legalization”, commented Brayden Sutton, CEO of The BC Bud Co. 

Expanding on its partnership network, The BC Bud Co. entered into a supply and sales agreement with the parent company of Apothecary Botanicals for supply and sales services, for which Apothecary will reserve a sales fee of 12.5% of wholesale revenue, net of taxes. Apothecary will also order products on behalf of and at the cost of the BC Bud Co. The sales and supply agreement has an initial term of 12 months, automatically renewable for additional 12 month terms.

About The BC Bud Corporation 

The BC Bud Co. is a house of brands created by industry professionals who are passionate about the user experience and the ever-changing consumer demands. Founder-led and based in British Columbia, we take the heritage of BC Bud seriously. 


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Daniel Southan-Dwyer