CEO Navdeep Dhaliwal said, “We all wish John the best in his next endeavor and thank him for his commitment to the Company for the last four years. John recognized the value of high-quality cannabis at scale and was instrumental in the creation of 7ACRES.” He also said that the company and its effective management are motivated to maintain the path to growth as a leader in the recreational cannabis market and continue cultivating high-quality cannabis.
A bit about Fowler
Fowler is a big part of the Canadian cannabis industry. He spent over 15 years in the medical marijuana industry cultivating, influencing, and advocating for the rights of patients. He was first introduced to cannabis’s therapeutic values. Later, he was intrigued by its medicinal values and potential. During that time, there was no real thorough awareness of cannabis. He also found a significant business opportunity in the cannabis sector.
In his comments to PharmaBoardroom in 2018, Fowler said, “I think that with medical cannabis, there is a chance to reevaluate entirely the way we look at medicines.”
Fowler had a mission to establish that cannabis can be cultivated for commercial purposes. He founded 7ACRES in 2013. He was the vice chair of the Adult Use Committee in Canada, and he also became the director of the Cannabis Council of Canada. In March 2019, High Times called Fowler one of the 100 most influential people in cannabis.
Just 20 people started 7ACRES. It’s one of the leading premium cannabis brands in Canada and is wholly owned by Supreme Cannabis. 7ACRES’s vision is to create Canada’s superior brand for cannabis flowers, produce high-quality cannabis, and scale up commercial production. Right now, 7ACRES is working toward becoming one of the leading premium cannabis cultivators in the world. To achieve this, it’s developing its processes, gaining the required expertise, and building its brand. It’s preparing to capitalize on new regulations in the cannabis market.
Supreme Cannabis’s portfolio
Supreme Cannabis’s portfolio consists of 7ACRES, Blissco, Truverra, Cambium Plant Sciences, Medigrow Lesotho, Supreme Heights, and Khalifa Kush Enterprises Canada. Additionally, the company continues to increase its footprint in Canada. It’s working toward expanding its portfolio via distinguished brands and products to cater to its customer base. Further, the company says it produces high-quality cannabis with its flawless facilities. It has signed several supply agreements with top companies such as Aurora Cannabis and Tilray.