HUNTINGDON, QC – ROSE LifeScience Inc., a Québc cannabis industry, announced a partnership with micro-producer Cannafrogs. The new relationship officially brings local craft products by the Sutton, Québec, group into the DLYS family—a brand collective of Québec craft cannabis makers, curated by ROSE.
Cannafrogs is the fourth micro-producer to join DLYS this year.
“This relationship shows the impact Québec micro-producers are having on our industry,” said ROSE President and CEO Davide Zaffino. “Cannafrogs is doing and making things at the local level which are very interesting. We are thrilled to welcome their entire team to DLYS.”
Using advanced hydroponic engineering, Cannafrogs President Marc-Olivier Ledoux says their production method allows for more precision in their craft, which is showing in the quality of the product.
“We use a two-tiered irrigation system, which adapts to the customized life-cycle of our plants,” said Ledoux. “It’s very specialized, and the results have been incredible. We are grateful that ROSE believes in us and how we do things here in Sutton. Having our place with DLYS is so important to us, and for other small producers in Québec.”
Ledoux is joined at the helm of Cannafrogs by partner Steven Boucher. Their first product under the regional DLYS “Sutton” moniker, Gelato33—an Indica-dominant hybrid strain in dried flower form—is currently released exclusively to the SQDC.
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