Cansortium’s Chief Executive Officer Jose Hidalgo noted, “Our new Fluent dispensary in Fort Myers is our first in southwest Florida and is strategically located to provide access to Lee, Charlotte and Collier counties, which do not currently allow dispensaries, as well as to the neighboring city of Estero, which does not yet have a dispensary within its city limits.”
Mr. Hidalgo continued, “Cansortium’s expanding dispensary network is enhancing access to our premium-quality Fluent cannabis products for medical marijuana patients across Florida – the state with the fastest-growing medical marijuana patient population in the U.S. Our Fluent brand continues to strive to set the standard for premium-quality, consistently formulated cannabis products cultivated, processed and packaged in our state-of-the-art Florida facilities in strict compliance with Florida regulations. For consumers, our sleek, modern Fluent dispensaries provide a warm, welcoming, professional environment, with knowledgeable staff who carefully guide patients in selecting the right products and who understand the importance of safeguarding patient privacy.”
ABOUT CANSORTIUM INC.
Cansortium is a global medical cannabis company operating in highly populous medical cannabis markets with a mission to deliver the highest standards of cannabis care from nursery to lab to shelf. Headquartered in Miami, FL and operating under the recently-launched Fluent™ brand (formerly Knox Medical), the Company through its subsidiaries operates cultivation, processing and dispensary facilities across Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico and a dispensary license in Pennsylvania. The Company also has licensed cultivation facilities in Colombia and Canada, with licensing pending in Michigan.
Cansortium Inc.’s common shares and warrants trade on the CSE under the symbol “TIUM.U” and “TIUM.WT.U” respectively.
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