CannabisNewsBreaks – Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) Strategically Growing National Presence

Plus Products (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF), a branded, cannabis-infused, products manufacturer of edibles created to support a healthy and active lifestyle, is on a mission to become the world’s strongest cannabis brand. An article further discussing the company reads, “A remaining objective in PLUS’s strategy to become the world’s strongest cannabis brand portfolio is growing a national presence through new markets, new products and new brands. The company made progress on this initiative when it followed up its initial product offering with two more product lines in summer 2019: PLUS mints and a second line of PLUS gummies. . . . Designed for cannabis consumers taking their first step into edibles, PLUS’s mints contain a low dose of THC and take advantage of sublingual uptake, allowing for quicker onset. The second line of gummies were in response to consumer and retailer demand, and included three new flavors: PLUS Balance cucumber-lime, PLUS Uplift tangerine and PLUS Unwind concord grape.”

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About Plus Products

PLUS is a hemp and cannabis food company focused on using nature to bring balance to consumers’ lives. PLUS’s mission is to make cannabis safe and approachable, beginning with high-quality products that deliver consistent consumer experiences. PLUS is headquartered in San Mateo, California, and has 80 employees. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.PlusProductsInc.com.

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