NOTE: This article was posted May 13 and updated May 17 to add comments from Graham Farrar of Glass House Brands and from the city manager of Grover Beach. Carpinteria-based cannabis company Glass House Brands is buying three dispensaries from Natural Healing Centers, the company at the center of a bribery scandal in San Luis Read More →
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Glass House Brands, a cannabis grower and retailer with its chief operations in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, is buying one of California’s leading brands of edible cannabis in a deal worth $25.6 million in stock and debt-financed cash. Plus Products was the No. 4 brand of edibles ranked by sales in the third quarter Read More →
A few months after purchasing the Houweling’s Tomatoes property in Camarillo, cannabis grower Glass House Group has secured the funding necessary to upgrade the greenhouse facility. Glass House announced Dec. 13 it has acquired a senior secured term loan agreement with a U.S.-based private credit investment fund for up to $100 million, with an initial Read More →
Glass House Brands, a cannabis grower in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties and retailer and wholesaler statewide, saw both its revenue and net losses grow in the third quarter. Glass House, which has its headquarters in Long Beach but most of its operations on the Central Coast, delivered revenue of $17.2 million in the third Read More →