American Fiber receives medical-marijuana license from State of Delaware
Delaware company to open vertically integrated operation in late 2021
GREENVILLE, Delaware — The State of Delaware has awarded a medical-marijuana compassion center license to American Fiber Company, which will address growing demand by and provide consistent access to premium products to Delaware customers.
The Delaware operation will operate as Valor Craft Cannabis and fall under the umbrella of American Fiber, a state-certified combat-disabled, veteran-owned business. American Fiber and Valor Craft Cannabis are led by James Brobyn, who has teamed up with industry pioneers and fellow veterans to build cannabis operations in Delaware and Michigan.
American Fiber will be a vertically integrated facility that includes all three aspects of the cannabis business – cultivation of the plant, extraction and production of the products, and the dispensary for product sales. Brobyn says the company will spend most of 2021 on the production and extraction phases to ensure sufficient supply before opening its first dispensary in New Castle County.
“There are more than 11,500 Delawareans who are managing ailments ranging from cancer to anxiety, insomnia, sleep disorders, PTSD, and physical injuries who have prescriptions to resolve these issues,” Brobyn said. “The state needs experienced competition for innovation to occur and we bring a lot of experience in other markets to help Delaware strengthen its medical-cannabis program.”
Greenville, Delaware-based American Fiber Company is a private multi-state cannabis and CBD- products company committed to removing the stigma associated with cannabis. It focuses on all aspects of the industry from seed to sale — cultivation, import, distribution, research, product development, and retail.
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