HempNewsBreaks – Hemptown USA Aims to Capitalize on Mounting CBG Market

Hemptown USA, a privately owned grower of full-spectrum, feminized hemp using premium-seed genetics, plans to capitalize on the rising cannabigerol (“CBG”) market. A recent article discussing the company reads, “Feminized hemp plants must normally be harvested early in the growth process to capture the CBG before it changes its form to CBD and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but Hemptown USA plants have been designed to allow harvesting later at full maturity. They have also been designed to be far richer in CBG (10–14%). In 2020 and beyond, the company has exclusive rights to 20% of the latest and greatest novel cannabinoids being produced by its genetics partner. . . . Hemptown just completed in the fall of 2019 a 2.1-million-pound harvest of both CBG- and CDB-rich, dried, hemp biomass and will be scaling its downstream operations to meet global demand in the wake of the successful 2019 growing season. According to Hemptown data, the company is on track for 2019 revenue of $19 million and is projecting $104 million revenue for 2020 once downstream extraction/production is in full swing. In 2018, the company harvested 110,000 pounds of full-spectrum biomass with CBD content of around 14% from its Oregon hemp farms.”

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About Hemptown USA

Hemptown USA is growing some of the finest high-cannabinoid hemp plants in the world. Following an impressive first-year yield, Hemptown USA is scaling up its operation to meet the ever-increasing global demand for cannabinoid products. With in-house extraction and processing facilities and expanded farmland spanning three states, Hemptown USA is now positioned to vertically integrate into the consumer packaged goods sectors with top-quality-branded product lines for the consumer market. Hemptown USA’s vertically integrated business model is well positioned to capitalize on a global market expected to exceed $22 billion by 2020. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.HemptownUSA.com.

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