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Jan 25, 2019
Organigram Now Providing Humidity Control on All Dry Flower... - New Cannabis Ventures
Long used to help protect, for example, the freshness of food and pharmaceuticals, the technology maintains relative humidity at 62 per cent in a contained environment. This consistency helps preserve the product’s color, taste, structural integrity and weight.
“We are pleased to offer our expertise to Organigram and the cannabis industry,” says Ben Blankenhorn, General Manager of Integra Products, Desiccare, Inc., manufacturers of Integra Boost. “Our technology is a safe, simple solution that will help preserve the freshness, potency, taste, and overall quality of cannabis flowers, concentrates and edibles.”
Integra Boost packs are 99 per cent biodegradable and have been included in nearly all Organigram product packages leaving the Company’s facility since January 9th, 2019. Organigram has worked with ABOX Automation Corp. to ensure the process is integrated into existing operations at the Moncton facility. Consumers can look for the Integra Boost packs as they make their way into the market through Organigram’s product distribution channels.
About Desiccare Inc.
Desiccare Inc. is a leading manufacturer of packaged atmospheric control products for the cannabis industry, food industry, electronic industry, pharmaceutical industry, military, and government. Established in 1994, Desiccare is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company has manufacturing and distribution facilities in Jackson, Mississippi & Tijuana, Mexico and an additional distribution Center in Pomona, CA.
Desiccare is currently the third largest desiccant manufacturer in the world but is first in providing short lead times to manufacture and deliver products to the customer.
Desiccare follows current Good Manufacturing Practices. Desiccare (Cage Code: 1GQT7) is one of only a few desiccant manufacturers that is on the Mil-D-3464E Qualified Products List for manufacturing desiccants for the Military. Desiccare is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for Type III Packaging (Desiccare has a Drug Master File Number). Desiccare Inc. is committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner and is now ISO 14001 certified.
About Organigram Holdings Inc.
Organigram Holdings Inc. is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company whose wholly owned subsidiary, Organigram Inc., is a licensed producer of cannabis and cannabis-derived products in Canada.
Organigram is focused on producing the highest-quality, indoor-grown cannabis for patients and adult recreational consumers in Canada, as well as developing international business partnerships to extend the company’s global footprint. Organigram has also developed a portfolio of legal adult use recreational cannabis brands including The Edison Cannabis Company, Ankr Organics, Trailer Park Buds and Trailblazer. Organigram’s primary facility is located in Moncton, New Brunswick and the Company is regulated by the Cannabis Act... Dec 14, 2018
Flower truck blossoms in downtown Utica - Utica Observer Dispatch
UTICA – Local florist Mary LaBella is taking her act on the road.The Frankfort woman is running a flower truck for her business LaBella Flowers throughout parts of Utica three days a week. Depending on the day, the LaBella Flowers truck sets up shop in different parts of downtown Utica.“It’s a different buying experience for people, in general — not just Utica,” LaBella said. “A lot of people that are coming up are like, ‘Hey, what’s this all about?’ It’s different for them. They know how to go buy a taco. Now they’re going to get how to buy flowers, how to buy a bouquet.”LaBella, 55, said she has worked in the flower business since she was 17.She once ran a flower shop called Designs Flower Studio out of New York Mills, but moved on to work retail for Harley-Davidson locally for more than a decade. Wedding arrangements remained a side gig, however, and LaBella said she always had wanted... Mar 8, 2018
New York Today: Where Did Your Roses Grow?
Trump administration by arguing that marijuana should be legal under federal law. [New York Times]• Bob Hugin, a former pharmaceutical executive, announced he was running for the Republican nomination in New Jersey for the Senate seat held by Robert Menendez. [New York Times]• Ahmad Khan Rahimi, the man responsible for building and planting the bomb that exploded in Manhattan in 2016, was sentenced to two life terms. [New York Times]• For the second time in two months, a federal judge issued an injunction that ordered the Trump administration to keep the DACA program in place. [New York Times]• As DreamYard Preparatory, a once failing high school, makes significant improvements, school officials want to ensure that they sustain its progress. [New York Times]figure class="ResponsiveMedia-medi...Feb 8, 2018
Korge matriarch celebrates 100th birthday with family, friends
Sperry Gyroscope Company. She was part of the development of the Norden bombsight, the precision aeronautical instrument that helped the U.S. and its allies win the Second World War.“Her generation saved the world,” Chris Korge said. Afterwards, she moved to Miami, and met and married war veteran George Joseph Korge. He died 31 years ago, but she still lives in the Roads-area house they bought in 1957.“Christmas was always fun for them,” said another son, attorney Tom Korge. “My dad was obsessed with Christmas and he had a big Nativity scene in the front yard. He even set up music for it.”“My parents embraced people of all faiths and cultures,” Chris Korge said. “The guys who built our Nativity scene were gay, I realized later. My parents treated all people with respect.”Josephine Korge sent her three sons and daughter, Kathy, to Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic School, where the family were members until 1977. They then joined the new St. Jude on Brickell Avenue, the church they had helped support. Josephine Korge was president of the church’s Lady’s Guild and was a founding member of the feast of St. Jude’s annual festival which “to this day is still a major church event,” said family friend John Kiskinis, president of Kiskinis Communications. She also was extremely active with her husband in all of Congressman Dante B. Fascell’s campaigns, he said.She’s been like a second mother to him, Kiskinis said, and to so many others.“I’ve been attending school and been close friends with Andrew Korge, Josephine’s youngest, since second grade — including high school and college. We are now 57 so I figure I’ve known her for about 50 years!”For Chris Korge, his mother saved him. “I have a reading disability and she never gave up. She was very tenacious and found out that it was caused by a simple problem with m... (Miami Herald)Oct 19, 2017
Natural selection: insects, flowers all the buzz for spring racing accessories
Folk, who last week showed her forthcomings collections in Paris, has incorporated knots, rope textures and nautical colours into her collection, which offers a great alternative for women who aren't natural (social) butterflies.As for how to accessorise for the races, Folk loves to stack her jewellery for a voluminous effect.Wide brimmed hats, as seen in Gucci's Paris spring show, are another trend for this year's carnival. Photo: PA"I'm all about a pop of colour be it in my sunglasses or my clutch ... I tend to opt for a bit more of a statement in my earrings. For me it's jewels first, hat last."Speaking of jewels of the sea, expect to see a small resurgence of pearls at the track, with a number of beauty bloggers jumping on the hair trend shown by Gucci at its last Cruise show, where pearls are threaded into the hair to look as though they are floating on a follicular sea.Given the domestic spring racing carnival follows on the heels of fashion month in Europe, forward-thinking fashion girls (and their stylists) will be jumping on some of the trends straight off the runway.Bows are also set to appear at a rate of knots, thanks to Delpozo, whose bow headbands for next spring are sure to inspire milliners across Australia. Can't wait? Check out Florencia Tellado for a fabulous technicolour style that will go with any block-coloured outfit.Turbans (Marc Jacobs) will continue to reign supreme – check out local milliner Felicity Northeast for some mid-priced styles – while expect to see more than a few bumbags at the track. Just the place to keep all those winning tickets.Get the lookWittner, $180.From St Xavier, $130.Mimco, $299.Lucy Folk, $375.Florencia Tellado at The Eternal Headonist, $399.Sportsgirl, $13.Need more inspiration? Shop our editor's picks... (The Sydney Morning Herald)Sep 8, 2017
Grant to fund planting of bee-friendly flora in Missouri
North American Bee Care Program, a bee education and research center funded agriculture and pharmaceutical giant Bayer.For several years, the group, led by member Donna Cole, has worked to clear the area of invasive plants. They say the project will affect the entire ecosystem all the way to the top of the food chain."What's good for the insects is good for the birds, and is good for us, too," Erin Miller, president of the Chert Glades chapter, told The Joplin Globe . In fact, the project started out with an eye toward restoring native plants. The volunteers applied for a bee-related grant once they realized that their project would also benefit the bees.Funded by a $500,000 grant from Bayer, the broader Feed a Bee initiative aims to seed so-called pollinator forage areas in every American state by the end of 2018.The pollinator zone south of Joplin will be one of 71 projects funded in 34 states and the District of Columbia since the grant's launch two years ago.The project will restore a glade on the north bank of Shoal Creek to its condition before the arrival of invasive species."There's a lot of glade habitat there that has been disturbed," said Val Frankoski, butterfly coordinator for the Chert Glades chapter. "While there are quite a few flowers that show up, it is overgrown with trees and invasive plants."Removing the harmful vegetation created an alarming spectacle for some park visitors, but volunteers reassured them that felling non-native trees would benefit the ecosystem."A lot of people saw we were cutting down trees, and it made them nervous," Frankoski said. "We're just trying to reveal what the place originally was."Missouri is home to about 450 species of bee, but like the United States it has seen a marked decline of its pollinators."Wild pollinators in certain regions, especially bees and butterflies, are being threatened by a variety of factors," said Sir Robert Watson, vice chair of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, a coalition of United Nations members, in a prepared statement. "Their decline is primarily due to changes in land use, intensive agricultural practices and pesticide use, alien invasive s... (Tri-City Herald)
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