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Published on Nov 4, 2019
This video will give you a feeling for the social responsibility that OWP feels and operates is business by. OWP has agreed to partner with Colombia’s Misak tribe for the cultivation, purchase and sale of non-psychoactive cannabis and hemp for medicinal and scientific research uses. The exclusive agreement is consistent with One World Pharma’s stated mission to maximize the unique Colombian cannabis opportunity via a blend of shared expertise from cultivation to international sale. It is the second large-scale deal with Colombian indigenous people for One World Pharma.
The Misak, who hold government issued licenses for cultivation, are renowned for their agricultural expertise. One World Pharma will seek to amplify this acumen with a full spectrum of modern cannabis cultivation technology. Under the agreement, OWP will supply the Misak people with registered genetics as either seeds or plantlets, advise on best practices in cultivation, and purchase their crops.
One World Pharma has also entered into an exclusive, multi-year agreement with the WALA POPAYAN Co-operative (“co-op”), a highly skilled agrarian community in the Colombian Andes to collaborate in the cultivation and refinement of hemp-derived ingredients.
The agreement creates a partnership in which OWP blends the ancestral techniques of the Nasa people with modern technology, registered plant genetics and international standard operating procedures. The collaboration creates a true partnership that is expected to maximize the opportunity to grow in one of the most ideal climates for agriculture in the world. It allows for cultivation of hemp on the lands owned by the indigenous community.
OWP will supply the co-op with registered genetics in the form of seeds or plantlets to grow hemp and non-psychoactive cannabis. Under this agreement, OWP will advise the co-op on best practices in cultivation, harvesting and processing of the raw material. The agreement also provides for OWP to purchase the raw biomass produced under this agreement upon meeting quality control standards and lab testing. One World Pharma intends to then refine the biomass at its state-of-the-art facility for export. The hemp-derived ingredients are expected to be used in Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) and Over The Counter (OTC) products being manufactured worldwide.