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The Single Largest USDA Certified Organic Hemp Farm in North America

A Vertically Integrated Hemp Company, Devoted to Preserving and Promoting the Health of Individuals, Communities, and the Planet

Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: GRYN) is a leader in high standard cultivation and processing of industrial hemp and manufacturing of pharmaceutical-grade bioactive cannabinoids, and they are dedicated to preserving and promoting the health of individuals, communities, and the planet. They also hold the distinction of being the first industrial hemp company in the U.S. to publish an Environmental, Social and Governance Report (“ESG Report”) using the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) framework. Green Hygienics is well on their way to becoming the highest quality, and most sustainable hemp company out there.


InvestorBrandNetwork (IBN) Announces Latest Episode of The Bell2Bell Podcast featuring Ron Loudoun, CEO of Green Hygienics Holdings Inc.

The Bell2Bell Podcast delivers informative updates and exclusive interviews with executives operating in fast-moving industries. Bell2Bell’s latest podcast features Ron Loudoun, CEO of Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: GRYN) . Green Hygienics owns the largest single USDA certified organic hemp-for-CBD farm in North America. During the briefing, Loudoun highlighted last year’s milestones.

“It was a good year establishing ourselves at our new property. When you move into a new property, you have to find out what works best there as far as the pH and the soils and the water and what strain grows best,” he explained. “The property is an anomaly. It’s an 824-acre farm with 400,000 square feet of greenhouse. It’s an idyllic environment for the hemp plant. It’s an alpine meadow and an old lakebed. So, there’s nutrient-rich soil, nice altitude that cools down at night so the plant can have a chance to grow, because it grows at night. It has a nice gentle Santa Ana breeze to keep the buds dry, and lots and lots and lots of sunshine, so an extraordinary property and place to grow. We cultivated 120 acres last year and it turned out beautifully. We’ve proven out our ability to grow premium product there.” Loudoun then turned his attention to 2021 and the company’s plans for growth.


For 2021, we’ve made it a goal to double the cultivation area to 240 acres. We took advantage of fast-tracking our genetics division by acquiring the assets of a well-established consumer seed company that had trouble last year. We also bought the assets of Primordia, which is a cooperative in El Centro with up to 10,000 acres under growing contract, so it’s a booming start to 2021,” Loudoun said. “We’ve got an opportunity to add some cannabinoids in a controlled environment and grow them in the greenhouses. I think there is more and more of a market coming for that, and a lot of people don’t know how to cultivate it. These are cannabinoids that are coveted by the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and medical markets, so it should be a very interesting year for us.”


Loudoun also discussed the buildout of targeted e-commerce websites, an important piece of the company’s strategy for direct-to-consumer sales.

Our objective is to have several e-commerce websites that market to specific target customers for each of those products. In dispensaries, they’re selling flower for $5 or $10 a gram,” he pointed out. “A pound has 453 grams. They come to the farm wanting to buy it for $250 a pound. Our product is USDA certified, in a class by itself. Why sell for $250 a pound when we can build a targeted e-commerce site and sell a pound for $4,500?” 

Join InvestorBrandNetwork’s Stuart Smith and Ron Loudoun, CEO of Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: GRYN) , to hear more about Green Hygienics’ business of hemp cultivation, Loudoun’s farming background and the company’s plans to get into hemp processing in addition to cultivation.

To hear the whole podcast and subscribe for future episodes, click here. 

For more information, visit the company’s website at


NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to GRYN are available in the company’s newsroom.


Green Hygienics – An Industry Innovator     

– Committed to Quality –

Green Hygienics is the largest single use USDA-Certified Organic hemp farm in North America. They grow the highest quality hemp possible on their 824-acre farm, which includes 400,000 square feet of greenhouse space, and they recently registered with the FDA. They are positioning themselves as an Organic, single-origin brand – perfect for high-end consumer markets and the pharmaceutical space.

– Intelligent Acquisitions

With the acquisition of Primordia Assests and Castillo Seed Co., GRYN is solidifying their position as the best seed-to-consumer industrial hemp company in the industry. Along with the acquisitions come 100,000 acres of legacy farmland, unique high CBD seed, a built in consumer base, and more.

– Direct to Consumer

GRYN is in the process of opening several e-commerce sites in order to sell their high-quality products directly to consumers. By skipping the middleman, Green Hygienics will be able to 10x their profit margins, while ensuring product quality and building a secure supply chain.  

– Technological Edge –

Green Hygienics currently holds 4 patents, and is constantly innovating in the hemp space. With the acquisition of Castillo Seed Co, they now have access to a cutting-edge seed program, which will advance their own growing program significantly.

Advancing Sustainability

In order to adhere to their mission of promoting the health of individuals, communities, and the planet; GRYN is committed to using sustainable agriculture methods where possible, while exploring clean energy alternatives to power their pursuits.


Why Green Hygienics is a Unique Hemp Investment

  1. High Revenue Potential – The Company’s uniquely organic offerings, ability to produce year round vis-à-vis indoor cultivation, combined with a recent push to sell DTC has positioned them to capitalize on market trends and maximize revenues.
  2. Real Estate Backed – GRYN is a real estate-backed venture, with a (currently) $23M valuation of the 824 acre farm property. The recent acquisition of Primordia Assets adds access to 100,000 acres of legacy farmland to their real-estate portfolio.
  3. Insulated from Shifting Regulations – In an effort to be ahead of the curve, GRYN has received USDA certified-organic status, registered with the FDA, and is a fully audited and SEC reporting company. As grow codes become stricter, we suspect regulators will not slow GRYN down. 
  4. Serving Multiple Markets – Multiple channels of distribution make GRYN a unique business model with the ability to target the underserved nutraceutical, medical, and pharmaceutical industries.
  5. Favorable Stats – GRYN has less than 42 million shares outstanding, fully diluted. They have just 7.2 million in common shares in float and boasts a balance sheet with no toxic debt or overhang.
  6. Passionate Leadership – The executive team has over 200 years combined experience in various sectors including biotech, agriculture, clean energy, sales, distribution, and have built multiple successful business. Each member is dedicated to improving the sustainability of the industry and the quality of their product.


A Unique Approach to Industrial Hemp

Green Hygienic Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: GRYN) is changing the way hemp growers operate. Their corporate mission is to adhere to the highest standards of operations in consistently delivering safe and premium quality products to consumers as well as to partnering with CPG (consumer-packaged-goods) and pharmaceutical companies.

They intend to be a leader in compliances and capabilities in the hemp and cannabinoid supply marketplace, and have already obtained USDA Organic status and registered with the FDA.


The achievement of FDA registration strengthens our company’s core mission to provide product efficacy to the pharmaceutical industry and consumers alike,” said GRYN chief scientific officer Dr. Levan Darjania. “The company is well positioned to instill consumer confidence and change the landscape of the industry by bringing safe and consistent products to market. With our previously announced USDA Organic Certification and FDA Facility Registration, we are well positioned to continue to innovate through the research our teams are involved in and drive new commercial products entirely compliant to USDA and FDA regulatory requirements.”


Using state of the art technologies and strategic acquisitions, GRYN is opening up a whole new world of novel cannabinoids and targeted bio-delivery technologies never before explored, solving the issues of stability, pharmacokinetics, biological tissue penetration, and bioavailability.


Green Hygienics First ESG Report

Green Hygienics has continued to advance their efforts to be the most highly-certified, highest-quality hemp producer on the block. Most recently, they have become the first commercial hemp industry player to achieve the milestone of releasing an ESG Report using the SASB framework. 

“Our financial and operational performance and key strategic objectives are dependent on our relationships and understanding our environmental impact. Our ESG Report will set key performance indicators and provide coherent information useful to our stakeholders,” states Ron Loudoun, CEO of Green Hygienics in a recent press release. 

From the beginning, Green Hygienics has been committed to using the most environmentally friendly methods possible, while working with regulating bodies to ensure the safest, highest quality product, with the lowest impact on the land. They are on track to being Carbon Neutral by 2025, by offsetting and reducing their carbon footprint by acquiring greener technologies, using sustainable grow methods (such as drip irrigation, which reduces water consumption by up to 25%), and adopting energy saving practices. 

They also participate in eco-friendly initiatives such as the Healthy Soils program, and have installed both beehives and owl nests at their farm property to help promote a sustainable local ecosystem. 

In 2021, Green Hygienics conducted a materiality analysis in line with the SASB Standards to identify their core sustainability priorities. Every new project is subject to these standards and continued operations will only enhance their ability to improve upon performance. If Green Hygienics has a goal of being the most highly certified, safest, and most sustainable operation out there, we think they’re pretty darn close. And the ESG report certainly gets them even closer. 

The diligence of Green Hygienics will pay off. ESG reporting is becoming more important by the day, with environmental concerns being the key driver. We can’t discount the social or governance pieces though. Obviously Green Hygienics is doing their part socially and environmentally by giving back to organizations and ensuring best environmental practices. In an age of scrutiny however, keeping tabs on governance and compliance is key. We think that Green Hygienics commitment to transparency and accountability will prove to be highly beneficial for them as they continue to grow. This report is a huge deal for any company, and we’re excited that Green Hygienics is a first mover in their industry.

Check out our ESG Report here.


Intelligent  Expansion

Green Hygienics is seeking to provide their consumers best-in-class products, while expanding their operations in a sustainable way. This includes the targeted acquisition of existing companies (like Primordia Assets and Castillo Seed Co) that are in line with their own values, and securing a consistent supply chain for the development of high-grade nutraceuticals for underserved populations.

On the acquisition of Castillo Seed Co. and Primordia –

“We saw an opportunity to fast-track our genetics program by procuring a developed genetics portfolio which will not only save 3-5 years of R&D work but also allow the Company to propagate proprietary USDA Certified Organic seeds as soon as July of this year. USDA stamped seeds are a rare find and it just reaffirms our goal to becoming one of the most highly certified Hemp companies on the planet,” stated Kyle MacKinnon, COO. “Last year in 2020, we showed our ability to cultivate premium hemp and (recently) the Company acquired Primordia, which included 10,000 acres of legacy farming relationships and a multitude of other beneficial assets, including bulk wholesale finished product inventory. We are now entering a phase of rapid growth through acquisitions and continue to grow our own secure supply chain.”

These additions to GRYN’s portfolio will enhance their ability to produce quality products at scale, while maximizing their position as an organic producer of industrial hemp and pharmaceutical grade products.


Recent Press Releases


What Does the Future of Hemp/Cannabis Look Like?

The cannabis marketplace has been unpredictable. It can be difficult for companies to turn a profit in the grow space, partially due to inconsistent regulations among states.

As more states than ever pass legislation to legalize the growth and sale of hemp, the popular opinion is that when a state legalizes cannabis (in any way), it puts pressure on the surrounding states to do the same. Currently, cannabis is legal (to some degree) in all but 6 of the US states. As the economy continues to recover after the pandemic, companies expect the potential revenue created by legalization to tip the holdouts.

There is even a chance we’ll see full federal legalization soon. Analysts know that the potential market in the US is much bigger than in Canada (where several of the biggest marijuana players are), so companies based in the US are worth watching for the savvy investor.

Green Hygienics CEO Ron Loudoun speaks to the need for hemp companies to show success on their balance sheets in an interview with Randy Lennon. “(hemp companies need to) build a strong balance sheet, and demonstrate a profitable operation firstly in that space, because there aren’t a lot of people doing that right now.”

In a space where many companies are shutting down operations to save money, it’s easy to see why that is. Big producers like Canopy Growth (CGC) and Aurora Cannabis (ACB) have had to cut back drastically to keep money in the bank. Many Canadian companies are going to face price competition and market volatility in the coming months, as we slowly come out of the pandemic.

Green Hygienics focuses on unique growing methods and technologies that allow them to grow 24/7, with extreme control over the process. Their scientific approach puts them at an advantage in an unsure marketplace, especially as they begin to sell direct-to- consumer through their various e-commerce sites.

Ultimately, the full legalization of cannabis is inevitable, as the worldwide spending on cannabis is expected to triple by 2024, to the tune of $63.5 Billion dollars. This market is simply too big to ignore.


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