Cannabis, hemp and CBD company mCig expands into California marijuana market

Jacksonville, Florida-based mCig announced it’s getting into the California marijuana market, with the acquisition of a 2.5-acre property in California City, north of Los Angeles.

The diversified cannabis company will set up a 30,000-square-foot indoor marijuana cultivation operation, with the option to expand it to 50,000 square feet, according to a news release.

Also, mCig (MCIG) intends to build out an extraction and manufacturing facility between 2,000-4,000 square feet, as well as a distribution center. It already has local permits for cultivation, extraction and manufacturing.

When the facility is fully up and running, mCig projects it will generate more than $20 million in revenues annually.

According to mCig’s website, its portfolio also includes a New York state hemp cultivation operation, a Las Vegas-based marijuana consulting firm, an international e-cigarette company, a software company, a marijuana industrial supply firm, and a vaporizer manufacturer, as well as ownership stakes in a California CBD company and a Florida wellness firm.

One comment on “Cannabis, hemp and CBD company mCig expands into California marijuana market
  1. Aaron Wahl on

    This is, indeed, overwhelming knowing about mCigplans to diversify & expand into America’s largest marijuana market in California, the weed capital, while the other great brands may follow suit. Their decision would go a long way in catering to the requirements of the multitudes, including my grandpa, who actually need very high-quality medical marijuana recommended by the reputed cannabis specialists in California like, OnlineMedicalCard the best multi-specialty online medical cannabis clinic in Los Angles.


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