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Pure Sunfarms tops Ontario cannabis sales in October

Canadian cannabis consumers like their sun-grown cannabis. 

Pure Sunfarms is already the top-selling brand at the Ontario Cannabis Store, with 16 percent of the market share in October — only two months after the company’s formal launch. In BC, the licensed producer sold out its first order to the BC Liquor Distribution Branch in under three weeks. Now the Pure Sunfarms ranks among the BCLDB’s top ten brands. 

 “Our fast growth in the key Ontario and B.C. markets supports our belief that today’s consumers are looking for exactly what our team carefully cultivates – great-quality cannabis at an approachable price,” said Pure Sunfarms president and CEO, Mandesh Dosanjh.

Best selling cannabis products by Pure Sunfarms

Pure Sunfarms’ dried flower products outsold Ontario’s second-ranked brand’s products two to one by kilograms, with three of the seven best-selling strains in the province, including: 

White Rhino – THC 16-22%

Developed in BC, this indica dominant strain is bursting with flavours including blueberries, mangos, green grapes, Thai basil, and cloves.

Island Honey – THC 13-19%

Created on Vancouver Island, this sativa dominant strain showcases notes of honeyed spices, lemon curd, candied ginger, and rosewood.

Afghan Kush – THC 16-22%

This indica dominant cultivar produces dense, sticky buds that offer notes of white musk, peppercorns, strawberries, and citrus.

“We are energized by our recent results, achieved over such a short time frame,” said Dosanjh. “They reinforce our position as a disruptor in this ever-evolving market.”

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With over 25 years of growing experience, Pure Sunfarms is one of Canada’s largest, single-site, licensed producers of greenhouse-grown cannabis. The Delta, BC company is focused on expanding its dried flower across Canada and continues to meet with additional distributors. Pure Sunfarms will offer pre-rolls to the Canadian market in the coming months with other derivative products to follow.

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