Mike Tyson’s cannabis company is expanding across the US and Canada
Mike Tyson seems to be having an extremely busy time lately. It’s been several months since the former world champion unveiled his Tyson 2.0 marijuana brand and since then, he’s been working around the clock to reach every corner of the country. Now, after having formalized an exclusive licensing agreement with the grower and producer of medical cannabis products Organic Remedies, the brand of the iconic boxer, entertainer and entrepreneur will have a presence in Missouri.
Under the terms of the partnership, Organic Remedies will have exclusive licensing rights to the Tyson 2.0 brand in the Show Me State. Moreover, this agreement will give the brand access to a selection of Ric Flair Drip Cannabis genetics for cultivation at Organic Remedies’ Chaffee cultivation facility. MO. With 30,000 square feet of indoor cultivation and over 10,000 square feet of processing and production space, this facility will undoubtedly breathe new life into the brand.
“We are very excited for the opportunity to partner with TYSON 2.0,” stated Mark Toigo, CEO of Organic Remedies. “With our commitment to unlocking the untapped potential of medical cannabis therapies, combined with TYSON’s innovative and high-quality cannabis products, we will continue to be leaders in Missouri by providing a superior patient experience.”
Tyson has been clear with his goal of expansion, which has led to his products being on the shelves of several stores in Colorado, California, Nevada, Massachusetts, Michigan, Illinois, Delaware, Washington DC, Ohio, Maryland, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Washington and select provinces in Canada. While this appears to be more than enough after a launch not that far out to date, the brand intends to expand into additional regions during the third quarter and beyond.
Registered patients in Missouri will soon have access to the full selection of premium Tyson 2.0 products. Organic Remedies is undoubtedly the ideal partner to carry out that footprint expansion.