Wildflower Expands Into The European Union
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 29, 2019: Wildflower Brands Inc. (CSE: SUN, OTC: WLDFF) (the “Company”) has signed an agreement with Two Towers to expand the Wildflower Wellness brand’s CBD+ line of products into Poland. Two Towers is a major wholesale prescription medical and over the counter wellness distribution company in Poland which is an extension of Omega Rex which is a group of 14 pharmacies around the central capital region of Warsaw.
Wildflower has received tariff codes for the importation of its products into Poland. Once our products are well placed for an explosive launch in Poland, this opens the entire European Union market for export.
The Brightfield Group recently announced market intelligence stating that the European CBD market will boom with 400 percent growth through 2023. Companies in the EU are readily on the hunt for reputable, high quality CBD brands to eager consumers. With Wildflower’s CBD+ plant-based formulations in a line-up of premium wellness products, Wildflower is well placed to explode into Poland with Two Towers expertise navigating the regulatory landscape along with their existing extensive distribution network.
William MacLean, CEO of Wildflower Brands, says, “The European market is fragmented with no CBD market leaders. Our agreement with Two Towers vastly reduces barriers to moving our products between member states. This will position Wildflower as a market leader as the EU members begin opening their markets to CBD. We are excited to be working with Two Towers, their ability to expedite the regulatory process has been invaluable.”
Wildflower Brands is a Vancouver-based company developing and designing brands that focus on plant-based health and wellness products. All of our brands work in synergy, toward becoming a global wellness leader.
ABOUT TWO TOWERS
Two Towers is a large wholesale medicinal distribution company that distributes the products of an extensive list of global leaders in pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods. They specialize in three areas: 1) children’s products including powered food and other baby nutritional products 2) medications, nutritional supplements, medical materials and instruments and 3) fast moving consumer goods (FMCG.) Two Towers operates with relationships from the whole of Europe, both North and South Americas, Asia, Australia and Africa. As they continue to expand, their mission is realized through comprehensive business partners, marketing and logistics in the area of FMCG delivered by a professional and committed team.
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