C3 Industries Harvests First Product, Obtains Adult-Use License
The cannabis producer and retailer, headquartered in Ann Arbor, Mich., has harvested its first crop at its Webberville facility.
February 21, 2020
Posted by Melissa Schiller
ANN ARBOR, MICH. – PRESS RELEASE – C3 Industries, a cannabis producer and retailer headquartered in Ann Arbor, Mich., has announced it harvested its first crop of Cloud Cover Cannabis flower at its Webberville facility.
The Webberville facility, built from the ground up, is licensed for both medical and adult-use growing and processing and includes indoor cultivation, hydrocarbon extraction, short-path distillation and a large commercial kitchen, along with packaging and distribution. C3 will produce a highly-curated selection of Cloud Cover products, including flower, edibles, vaporizers, concentrates, topicals and tinctures.
The company’s award-winning product line, Cloud Cover Cannabis, will be distributed to dispensaries across the state, including C3’s High Profile retail stores. Currently, High Profile has a medical provisioning center in Detroit and will open a second medical location in Grant, Mich., just north of Grand Rapids, in early March. A medical and adult-use center is slated to open in downtown Ann Arbor by mid-March.
“The timing of our first harvests and the opening of the Grant and Ann Arbor High Profile locations could not be better to meet the demands of a very underserved market. We plan to ship flower to our three High Profile locations as well as third-party dispensaries by the beginning of March,” said Vishal Rungta. ”It’s critical that product constraints throughout the state are alleviated to increase access and decrease the proliferation of the illicit market. We owe it to both patients and consumers to supply safe, high-quality cannabis products to Michigan residents across the state.”
C3 plans to open multiple additional dispensaries in Michigan within the next 12-18 months. Each will offer 200-300 products, including Cloud Clover and a curated selection of high-quality third-party brands. C3 will invest more than $20 million in Michigan’s cannabis industry and expects to employ nearly 300 people once the cultivation and manufacturing facility is at capacity and the retail network is fully operational.