Earlier this year, we highlighted Heritage Cannabis Holdings Corp (CSE:CANN) (OTCQX: HERTF) as a North American cannabis company operating under the radar. When it comes to Heritage, we’re very excited about their influence in the United States (US) and want to provide more information on this aspect of the business.
Currently, Heritage benefits from Missouri and West Virginia in the US, and we prefer this part of the business. Although Missouri and West Virginia are not considered prominent markets in the US, we expect Heritage to use the markets as a launching pad for expansion into other states in the US.
A growth and execution story in the US
Last year, Missouri voted to legalize recreational cannabis and we expect the development to benefit businesses in the years to come. A few months ago, Heritage began selling cannabis in Missouri, and that comes after it formed a strategic relationship with Como Health (doing business as 3Fifteen Primo Cannabis).
We consider 3Fifteen a strategic legacy partner for many reasons. To date, Heritage has been working alongside 3Fifteen to supply production equipment and train employees in proprietary oil extraction and production methods. As part of the relationship, 3Fifteen is allowing Heritage to use its license to produce branded products for medical cannabis patients in Missouri. 3Fifteen has also awarded minimum shelves to Heritage’s branded products at Missouri dispensaries, and we support the relationship’s growth prospects.
According to Grandview Research, the medical cannabis market in Missouri was worth $290 million in 2021. In late 2020, the state began allowing the sale of medical cannabis products and we are supportive of how the market has evolved since then. Last month, Missouri voted to legalize recreational cannabis and we expect the development to be a growth catalyst for Heritage.
Shortly after Heritage formed a relationship with 3Fifteen, the North American cannabis company began operating in West Virginia and forged a strategic relationship with Harvest Care, a grower, processor, and provider of quality medical cannabis products. Through this relationship, Heritage can produce branded products to offer medical cannabis patients in West Virginia.
Last year, Harvest Care was awarded one of 10 farming licenses and will contribute to the farming and processing license in the relationship with Heritage. Of the ten dispensary licenses that have been granted, only two are currently in operation and we find this significant when we analyze the market opportunity for Heritage.
A misunderstood growth story
The unique characteristic with Heritage is associated with the amount of demand for intellectual property (IP) rights and proprietary cannabis brands. Heritage is well positioned to capitalize on the US by owning a portfolio of brands that are already highly sought after in the legal medical cannabis markets. Its strategy takes advantage of early entry into markets that have near-term potential for recreational legalization, and we’re bullish on that approach.
The company’s light approach to assets and capital efficiency in the US adds another important revenue stream to the business. Based on the operating model and the strength of the balance sheet, we believe the business has huge upside potential and we will watch how the business creates additional revenue streams to take advantage of the North American cannabis market.
Heritage is led by a management team that executes flawlessly on a multinational expansion strategy. We believe the business has significant potential catalysts for growth and we feel the market is excluding business-related growth prospects.
At current levels, we find the valuation compelling and the risk-reward profile adequate. If you are interested in learning more about Heritage Cannabis, please email firstname.lastname@example.org With the theme “The Legacy of Cannabis” to be added to our distribution list.
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