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geodcan   Sunday, 01/10/16 04:04:01 PM
Re: drivepact post# 112
Post # of 147 According to EAT's nr they partnered up with Canopy Growth to help with oil extraction. Google it up. Billy Morrison is supposed to be a oil wizard from his experience in California. Youhanna is supposed to be experienced at proper dosing of mass produced infused edibles from what I have read. EAT have been promoting with lots of optimistic hopes of where they are headed but delivery of said hopes hasn't happened according to their or our expectations. CGC is well set up in Canada for the here and now of medical marijuana and my guess is they are in oversupply of product. The demand will change if the government grants legalization and that surplus will turn to a shortage imo if they use it to supply the rec market. They are looking at Peace Naturals for cheap assets and they also realize that there is a great big market opening in the US. That's where EAT might be a good fit for fast tracking entry south of the border if they took it out. I think Posner has done some of what needs to be done to get going in the US and CGC's grow expertise could easily be integrated into a grow of government tested reproducable quality and strength thc and cbd that is essential for a mass produced mipp market. EAT has an ambitious business plan that is taking longer than planned and are desperately in need of focus that CGC could provide or possibly any other Canadian lp. Everything is for sale. The question is what do we have that is marketable. glta and dyodd

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