“This meeting is critical to launching our business relationship with future retailers and exemplifies our commitment to supporting their continued success,” said Patrick Ford, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Cannabis Store.
“The team at Ontario Cannabis Store has taken the time to understand our business and our objectives and to build a positive partnership with us from the very start,” said Kevin of the proposed Niagara Herbalist store in St. Catharines. “We have a tremendous amount to accomplish in a short period of time and feel we have strong support from OCS and are excited about moving forward with them.”
Future Licensed Retailers will also have a dedicated OCS account management team to assist with their onboarding, wholesale account set-up and how to order product from the OCS. In light of the current national supply shortage, the OCS has established ordering standards that will ensure a fair allocation of supply is available to all retailers. The OCS has also established a transparent wholesale pricing structure that will support a sustainable business model.
The OCS is focused on providing adult consumers responsible access to recreational cannabis through OCS.ca and operating the wholesale distribution network for Licensed Retailers in Ontario. Since legalization, the OCS has fulfilled over 600,000 orders across Ontario.
About the OCS
The Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) operates the largest legal and centralized wholesale cannabis organization in the world. We provide Ontario adults aged 19 and older with safe access to tested and traceable recreational cannabis products. As a Crown agency solely owned by the Province of Ontario, the OCS is mandated to provide a competitive alternative to the illegal market, champion a socially responsible cannabis industry and return its profits to the people of Ontario. Our mission is to enable a vibrant cannabis marketplace through great customer experiences, rooted in selection, service and quality. For more information, visit OCS.ca and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn
Legal Recreational Cannabis
Under Health Canada’s regulations, licensed producers must have all products tested for harmful and banned substances, and each regulated product requires a Certificate of Analysis (COA) and a Statement of Attestation (SOA) traceable to the product lot number. These regulations also require legal cannabis products be sold in child-resistant packaging and to be packaged in ways that do not appeal to children and youth.
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