• True Leaf Brands (MJ) has completed its corporate name change to Maven Brands Inc., reflecting the company’s deep roots in the cannabis industry
  • True Leaf Brands has also launched a $1.5M private placement
  • Andrew Gordon, VP Strategic Growth sat down with Caroline Egan to share the exciting news
  • True Leaf is a licensed producer of cannabis preparing to launch a program to provide path-to-market services for micro-cultivators
  • Maven Brands Inc. (MJ) is down 4.17 per cent, trading at C$0.23 per share at 2 pm ET

True Leaf Brands has completed its corporate name change to Maven Brands (MJ). The company’s shares are now trading under the CUSIP 57768L105 and ISIN CA57768L1058.

The name change reflects the company’s deep roots in the cannabis industry and commitment to excellence in craft cannabis processing.

 Andrew Gordon, VP of Strategic Growth sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the reasoning behind the name change and announce a $1.5M private placement.

True Leaf is a licensed producer of cannabis preparing to launch a program to provide path-to-market services for micro-cultivators. The program will operate from the company’s 19,500 square foot facility in Lumby, British Columbia, and offer a full suite of in-house processing services to the craft cannabis community.

Maven Brands Inc. (MJ) is down 4.17 per cent, trading at C$0.23 per share at 2 pm ET.

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