February 19, 2020

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New Hemp Extraction Plant to Open Next Month in Colorado
The new Vantage Hemp Co. hemp extraction facility in Greeley, CO. Image courtesy of Vantage Hemp

CBD products manufacturer Vantage Hemp Co. is planning to start production its new large-scale, high volume hemp extraction facility in Greeley, CO this March, the company announced in a recent release. 

“Our company is developing strategic partnerships with global entrepreneurs and brands to help move their businesses forward,” Harvinder Johal, director of Vantage Hemp Co., said in a statement. “We are connecting with buyers and partners who can benefit from our high-quality, certified hemp biomass and extracts.”

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The 35,000-sq-ft extraction facility will initially process over 1 million lb. of hemp harvested last season. Vantage Hemp manufactures CGP compliant distillates, isolates, and full-spectrum oils for brands. 

Vantage Hemp’s team includes former Harvard Medical School professor Dr. Daniel Chinnapen as Chief Science Officer, facility and operations manager Kurt Delehoy, and extraction manager Justin Vincent. 

The Centennial State is one of the biggest hemp-producing states in the country. In 2018, Colorado had the second highest number of licensed hemp production acres (21,578 acres) behind Montana (22,000 acres), according to data gathered by trade publication Marijuana Business Daily

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