Indiva Launches New CBD Products

Indiva introduces Bhang CBD Milk Chocolate and INDIVA CBD Softgels.

Indiva Limited (TSXV:NDVA) is pleased to announce the introduction of two new CBD offerings to its product portfolio. Bhang® CBD Milk Chocolate has shipped to provincial wholesalers in Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. INDIVATM CBD Softgels will be available in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan in early July.

We saw an opportunity to leverage the popularity of our edible offerings to better serve all Canadian cannabis consumers with the first high CBD, low THC chocolate product in the market.Niel Marotta, President and Chief Executive Officer

"We are excited to introduce our first CBD-based products," Niel Marotta, Indiva's President and Chief Executive Officer, said. "Since legalization, we've heard from our consumers that they have a growing interest in CBD products. In addition, we are excited to launch CBD softgels to complement our popular THC capsules. With these two new SKUs, we look forward to connecting with new of-age Canadians who are ready and excited to try CBD-based cannabis products."

Bhang® CBD Milk Chocolate contains 10 mg of CBD and 0.5 mg of THC per package. Each chocolate is made with CBD distillate and sustainably-sourced cacao. It follows the same recipe as Canada's #1 edible, Bhang® Milk Chocolate. INDIVATM CBD Softgels contain 7-9 mg of CBD per softgel. Each softgel is filled with high-quality cannabis oil and pharmaceutical-grade MCT oil. Both products are manufactured at Indiva's state-of-the-art facility in London, Ontario.

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Casey Peternell
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