The senior secured notes, due in 2026, carry an annual interest rate of 8%, which is among the lowest for the cannabis industry.
The notes have the same terms as the first tranche of $350 million, which closed in October.
Florida-based Trulieve said it intends to use the proceeds for capital expenditures and other corporate purposes.
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“This additional funding provides greater flexibility as we execute on our strategic initiatives in 2022,” CEO Kim Rivers said in a news release.
After acquiring Arizona-based Harvest Health & Recreation last year, Trulieve rivals Massachusetts-based Curaleaf Holdings as the largest marijuana operator in the U.S. based on revenue.