NetworkNewsBreaks – City View Green Holdings Inc. (CSE: CVGR) Assembles Extraction Team, Eyes Shelf Space, Distribution through Growing Portfolio

City View Green Holdings (CSE: CVGR) is focused on assessing and potentially acquiring targets in the cannabis industry through diversification. A recent article discussing this reads, “As part of its strategy, City View Green Holdings has secured Master Grower Mario Meek, an original founding partner of WeedMD, and has assembled an equally skilled extraction team. In addition, City View owns a 19.9 percent stake in the retail-focused cannabis company Budd Hutt Inc. Budd Hutt has access to Alberta retail. This positions City View to potentially secure shelf space and distribution for future products.”

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About City View Green Holdings Inc.

City View Green, which began trading March 5, 2019, has been structured to be a vertically integrated cannabis company focused on seed to retail. Upon receipt of its Cannabis Act license, City View Green will incorporate growing, extraction, production and retail at its Brantford, Ontario, facility. It is the company’s intention that City View Green will grow exceptional quality cannabis and produce high-quality extracts. Once legalized, City View Green expects to produce high-quality edible products, distillates and water-soluble products for the beverage market. In addition, City View Green owns a 19.9 percent stake in Budd Hutt Inc. Budd Hutt Inc. is a retail-focused cannabis company with access to licenses in Alberta and other retail opportunities across Canada. The company expects that Budd Hutt Inc. will secure shelf space and distribution opportunities for City View Green’s products. City View Green’s future is green. Follow the green. For more information, visit the company’s website at  www.CityViewGreen.ca.

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