Parent Company Buys Jayden’s Journey Dispensary

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TPCO Holding Corp.  (OTCQX: GRAMF) has acquired an operating retail dispensary located in Ceres, California from the owners of Jayden’s Journey. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed and remain subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approval. The company said it plans to rebrand the location at a later date. “This is a fantastic opportunity to expand our reach and increase the availability of our exceptional product selection and retail experiences to a broader potential audience of consumers and patients in California’s Central Valley,” said Steve Allan, Chief Executive Officer of The Parent Company. “This new location allows us to quickly access this important region and to drive future growth through the introduction of our robust delivery network. We look forward to building off the strong foundation that the team at Jayden’s Journey has created while continuing to honor their commitments to the community.” Jayden’s Journey Jayden was the first child to be given CBD on national television by his father Jason who pioneered the CBD movement. Jayden’s Juice began when the company founder, Jason David’s son was diagnosed with Dravet syndrome, a rare and catastrophic form of epilepsy, at four months old. Jayden had hundreds of seizures each day, and doctors believed he might not live past his fifth birthday. After spending more than a thousand dollars a month on 22 pills a day, the founder’s son was still experiencing terrifying seizures. “In a desperate attempt to save his son’s life, Jason asked his doctor about cannabis as a treatment option. When his doctor advised doing whatever was necessary to save his son, he purchased oil from a CBD-rich cannabis strain. He held onto the product for weeks, too scared to subject his child to a form of treatment he wasn’t familiar with. The day he gave Jayden his first…

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