Little Green Pharma Receives First Danish Cannabis Shipment

Australian medical cannabis company Little Green Pharma (ASX: LGP) has received its first shipment of cannabis flower medicines from its recently acquired facility in Europe.

Back in June the year, LGP picked up a large cultivation and manufacturing facility in Denmark capable of producing 12 tonnes per annum of dried cannabis flower; but at that point it was only operating at 25% of nameplate capacity. Still, it’s a significant amount of flower and LGP says it can boost this to 50% using current resources and with “only minimal” additional capital expenditure.

Less than two months since the acquisition, LGP has taken delivery of 50 kilograms of what it has dubbed “Billy Buttons THC 16”, named after the Australian wildflower. This has a THC content of 16% and is being made available on the Australian market in 15g packs. Little Green Pharma says it expects two further shipments of flower medicines from the Denmark facility totalling ~65kgs should arrive on our shores by the end of October

“To be able to meet all the regulatory requirements to supply and import product within this timeframe is a significant achievement and consistent with our reputation as a leading global medicinal cannabis business,” said LGP Managing Director Fleta Solomon.

In addition to the Denmark facility, Little Green Pharma also has cultivation and processing operations in Western Australia, which it is in the process of expanding.

On Monday, the company also announced the appointment of Morten Snede, who was the former Managing Director of LGP’s Danish Facility, as Chief Financial Officer. Tony Roberts, former Managing Director of Tasmanian Botanics, will be LGP’s EU General Manager.

In other recent news from the company, its preliminary final report for the financial year ended June 30 2021 indicates it was a busy and successful year for the company.

LGP generated $7,003,630 in revenue with a profit after tax of $24,603,555 – the previous year it posted a loss of $9,315,435. The odd difference between revenue and profit after tax is explained “by the gain on the bargain purchase of the Denmark Facility of $24,979,733”.

As at the end of the FY, the Group had a cash position of $40.2 million. The company also noted the number of patients using LGP medicines jumped from 4,550 at 30 June 2020 to over 15,000 at the end of the reporting period.

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