THC BioMed announces new shipments of cannabis beverage to wholesalers in B.C. and Saskatchewan

THC BioMed International Ltd. has filed applications for three Canadian trademarks for its logos.

Each 30-millilitre bottle of THC Kiss contains 10 milligrams of THC.


An Okanagan weed company is hoping that B.C. consumers react as positively to its cannabis shot a second time around.

Today, THC BioMed International Ltd. is sending another shipment of its THC Kiss beverage to the B.C.’s Liquor Distribution Branch after the first batch was snapped up earlier this month within hours.

Each 30-millilitre bottle contains 10 milligrams of THC, which is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis. The B.C. LDB is the provincial government’s monopoly wholesaler and also owns B.C. Cannabis Stores retail outlets.

In addition, the Kelowna-based licensed producer plants to deliver its first shipment of THC Kiss and dried cannabis to National Cannabis Distribution, which is overseeing its wholesale operations in Saskatchewan.

“We are scaling supply and increasing our footprint in the beverage space,” THC BioMed president and CEO John Miller said in a company news release.

The company has also filed applications for three trademarks in connection with its swooping leaf logo.

Charlie Smith

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