The Continued Buzz Surrounding Koios Beverage Corp. (OTC: KBEVF) (CSE: KBEV)


The company, through its wholly owned subsidiary Koios Inc., is an emerging functional beverage company which has a large and growing distribution network of retail locations across the United States in which to sell its products.

Koios has relationships with some of the largest and most reputable distributors in the United States, including Europa Sports, SportLife Distribution, KeHE and Wishing-U-Well. Together these distributors represent more than 80,000 brick-and-mortar locations across the United States — from sports nutrition stores to large natural grocery chains including Whole Foods and Sunflower markets. Through its partnership with Wishing-U-Well, Koios also enjoys a large presence on-line, including being an Amazon choice product.

Investor Recap


What Are Nootropics?


Also called smart drugs or cognitive enhancers – are supplements or other substances that improve cognitive function, particularly executive functions, memory, creativity or motivation in healthy individuals.

Nootropics augment learning capacity and information retention, resist disruption, increase brain functions, and protect the brain from chemical harms.

At present, memory enhancing nootropics hold the largest market share among students and the working class due to growing awareness with respect to the proven benefits.

Nootropics are also commonly used to improve memory enhancement, mood and depression, attention and focus, anti-aging, enhanced sleep and reduce anxiety.

The Problem

  • 1 in 6 college students abuse Adderall and other drugs.
  • Caffeine, energy drinks and Adderall can have adverse health effects including obesity, anxiety, depression, loss of focus, hyperactivity and attention deficit. 
  • With job markets becoming increasingly, people are seeking out ways in which they can gain a competitive edge. 

The Solution

KOIOS all-natural nootropic stack has been shown to stimulate short-term cognitive function as well as build stronger brain function over long-term periods. 

The proprietary blend has been shown to increase memory, rebuild brain tissue, strengthen neural connections, and improve cognitive function. 

Nootropic Market Growth

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Nootropic Drinks

 Increase blood flow, oxygen levels and neural connection in the brain

Release acetylcholine which increases attention capacity

Provide nutrients for stronger than normal brain function

Provide nerve growth and protection in the brain

Create all day mental clarity and energy

Decrease the need for caffeine

MCT Oil Added

MCTs improve blood sugar regulation, metabolism, thyroid function, appetite regulation and are used to treat ailments including Diabetes, Alzheimer’s, seizures, and cystic fibrosis.

MCT oil acts as rocket fuel for the brain by enhancing ketone production. Enhanced ketone production increase focus, mental energy, acuity, and creates long-term energy for the brain.

Many nutrition experts believe that before we relied so heavily on processed foods, humans consumed omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in roughly equal amounts. North Americans and Europeans now get far too much of the omega-6s and not enough of the omega-3s. This dietary imbalance may explain the rise of such diseases as: Asthma, Coronary heart disease, Many forms of cancer, Autoimmunity diseases, Neurodegenerative diseases

Hemp Oil Added


Nootropic Supplements

KOIOS Proprietary

Nootropic Stack and

Functional Advantages

Key Features

Koios Compared


Recent Developments

Koios Beverage Corp. Announces Dtc Eligibility

Koios Beverage Corp.’s common shares have been made eligible with the Depository Trust Company (DTC).

DTC is a subsidiary of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. (DTCC), and manages the electronic clearing and settlement of publicly traded companies. Securities that are eligible to be electronically cleared and settled through DTC are considered DTC eligible. This electronic method of clearing securities speeds up the receipt of stock and cash, and thus accelerates the settlement process for investors and brokers, enabling the stock to be traded over a much wider selection of brokerage firms by coming into compliance with their requirements.

Being DTC eligible is expected to greatly simplify the process of trading and exchange of the company’s common shares on the OTC Market.

The company announces that it has entered into an investor relations consulting agreement with Midam Ventures LLC. The term of the Midam agreement commenced on Oct. 25, 2018, and ends on Dec. 25, 2018, unless otherwise terminated as set forth in the Midam agreement. Pursuant to the Midam agreement, Midam will provide various business advisory, consulting and investor relations services to the company in exchange for aggregate consulting fees of $150,000 (U.S.), to be paid in two monthly payments of $75,000 (U.S.).

The company also announces that it has entered into an investor relations consulting agreement with Stonebridge Partners LLC. The term of the Stonebridge agreement commenced on Oct. 12, 2018, and ends on April 12, 2019. Pursuant to the Stonebridge agreement, Stonebridge will provide various consulting and investor relations services to the company in exchange for aggregate consulting fees of $60,000 (U.S.).

Each of Midam and Stonebridge has filed a CSE Form 3 (personal information form) with the Canadian Securities Exchange.


Koios Beverage Corp. has entered into a distribution deal with northern Colorado’s FC Food Co-Op, Mountain Avenue Market, exposing the company’s products to thousands of new customers each week.

“It’s a great fit,” says Chris Miller, CEO and founder of Koios. “This is truly a Colorado company and a community grocer, with more than 2,000 local items for sale in the store,” said Miller. “Founded in Fort Collins by the community for the community, the Food Co-Op shares our values and is dedicated to things like sustainability, organic products, recycling, and most of all, to its members.”

The Co-Op is a vital part of the natural food scene in Fort Collins, situated in the Rocky Mountain foothills about 97 km north of Denver. It was started in the early ’70’s by a group of university students who wanted to bring healthy, affordable food to Northern Colorado.

Koios’s unique blend of nootropics and natural organic compounds help enhance brain function such as focus, memory retention, mental capacity and concentration, without using harmful chemicals or artificial stimulants. Its formula includes superfoods such as lion’s mane mushroom, which contains bioactive substances with beneficial effects on the body, brain, heart and gut.

Koios’s line of beverages are now available for sale at the Co-Op.


Koios Beverage Corp. has introduced single-serving samples of its brain-healthy proprietary nootropics powder, starting with its most popular flavour, blueberry lemonade.

The on-the-go travel-sized packages, called stick packs, are now in production. They will be available after Dec. 1, the company announced Thursday.

“As we develop increasingly sophisticated direct to consumer channels via our e-commerce platforms it is important that our product offering expands to meet consumer demand,” said Chris Miller, chief executive officer and founder. “Stick packs allow us to create special offers on-line that will attract new customers who will eventually be lifelong consumers of the brand. They also give us tremendous flexibility at the retail level, by being able to merchandise in several key areas within each store,” he said. “It creates more impressions within the consumer’s mind and will lead to more conversions over time.”

Koios’s unique blend of nootropics and natural organic compounds helps enhance focus, memory retention, mental capacity and concentration, without using harmful chemicals or artificial stimulants. Its formula includes superfoods such as lion’s mane mushroom, which contains bioactive substances with beneficial effects on the body, brain, heart and gut.

Also Thursday, the company announced it has closed a non-brokered private placement financing. Pursuant to the offering, the company sold 7,645,282 units at a price of 26.5 cents per unit for gross proceeds of $2,025,999.73. Each unit comprised one common share and one share purchase warrant, with each warrant entitling the holder to purchase one additional share at a price of 35 cents per share until Oct. 11, 2021. The use of proceeds of the offering will be for general working capital purposes.

All securities issued in connection with the offering will be subject to a statutory hold period of four months and one day from the date of issuance in accordance with applicable securities legislation.

Clinical Trial Shows Positive Brain Activity Linked to Koios Beverages

Koios Beverage Corp. (CSE:KBEV) (OTC: KBEVF) indicate positive brain results, the Company reported today.

So far, full clinical brain scans on Koios users show changes in brain activity in three main areas, all of which indicate improved cognitive function.

“The findings, although preliminary, are better than we could have expected,” said Chris Miller, CEO of the Company. “Changes in the type of brain activity that we are seeing between the baseline that was mapped at the start of the study, and the effect on participants after several months of consuming our beverages, could have many positive implications.”

The study is being conducted by NeuraPerformance/Neuroptimize Brain Center, the go-to brain lab and physiotherapy clinic for Colorado’s elite athletes, including the Denver Broncos football team. The lab’s brain mapping technique involves using sensors to measure the electrical activity within the client’s brain.

The lab reported three initial findings of significance: a decrease in slow brain-wave activity, (delta and theta) which for many people “can lead to quicker thought processes, better energy, sharper focus and an overall sense of mind clarity,” says Rachel Ragsdale, founder and CEO of Neuroptimize.

The second key finding was an increase in alpha activity, linked with overall intelligence. The third finding was an increase in fast activity (beta and high beta). “This brain wave is needed to feel alert, focused, and motivated,” said Ragsdale, an accredited Board Certified Neurofeedback Therapist. “Seeing an increase in this brain wave could have many implications relating to the overall drive and energy of a person that might lack beta and is a very positive finding.”

NeuraPerformance/Neuroptimize is expected to release a full report within the next month, after which it will begin further testing the Company’s proprietary nootropic formula with CBDs. This will make Koios one of the first, if not the first, beverage company to run tests on its cannabis-infused nootropic beverages, which it is developing under its Cannavated subsidiary for the legal medical and recreational marijuana market.

Koios is a leading innovator in the nootropic beverage industry, making functional beverages that are augmented with nutrients and/or supplements to convey a health benefit to the consumer.

Koios Expands Retail Distribution to Include Alfalfa’s Market

Koios Beverage Corp. (CSE:KBEV) (OTC: KBEVF) (the “Company” or “Koios”) announced its proprietary nootropic drinks and supplements are now for sale at Alfalfa’s Market, a Colorado institution and early adopter of natural and organic groceries.

Koios is a leading innovator in the nootropic beverage industry, making functional beverages that are augmented with nutrients and/or supplements to promote brain health and mental acuity.

The new distribution arrangement exposes the Company’s products to thousands of additional retail customers who shop at Alfalfa’s every week, at two Colorado locations – Boulder and Louisville.

“We are pleased to see our products on the shelves of this storied institution, whose values and mission are very much aligned with the KOIOS brand,” said Chris Miller, CEO of Koios.

“Alfalfa’s is a marketplace where products that are good for people, for producers, and the planet are celebrated. Our products can transform lives by enhancing focus, concentration and other cognitive functions.”

Founded in 1979 as Pearl Street Market, Alfalfa’s was one of the first organic grocers to serve the local Boulder community.

While Alfalfa’s Market has evolved and changed hands over the years, its values have remained constant, as has its commitment to organic and sustainable agricultural practices, ethical interactions and supporting its local community.

Today, the store supports more than 250 vendors, many of which are local, organic producers.

Koios Announces Release Schedule For World’s First Cannabis Infused Nootropic Beverage

Koios Beverage Corp. plans to release the world’s first cannabis-infused nootropic beverage in November.

The new product will be a collaboration with the company’s partner Keef Brands, a division of CanCore Concepts Inc. (CanCore), and Koios’s wholly owned subsidiary Cannavated Beverage Corp. Cannavated was formed specifically to license the nootropic formulas to other companies working in the area of cannabis-infused beverages.

Keef Brands will manufacture, market and sell a line of beverages that are not only infused with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), but also contain the nootropic supplements from the Koios line of brain-enhancing functional beverages. The resulting product will be the first in the world to combine cannabis infusion with nootropic supplements that enhance the consumer’s mental acuity.

Keef Brands has the exclusive rights to the Cannavated nootropic formula for Colorado, with the option of expanding the licensing agreement throughout the United States, provided it complies with all rules and regulations in the markets where cannabis has been made legal.

“We first announced this joint development project in early September, and we’re very pleased to be able to announce this groundbreaking cannabis beverage will be available in Colorado in November,” said Koios chief executive officer Chris Miller. “This is also the first product we are releasing through our partnership with Keef Brands, one of the world leaders in the cannabis beverage industry.”

Gross profits from sales — after calculating the overall cost of goods sold (COGS) — will be split evenly between Cannavated and Keef Brands.

The non-carbonated cannabis beverage will be high in cannabidiol — better known as CBD — but will also contain THC, which is the psychoactive ingredient in the cannabis plant. This initial product will contain four parts CBD to one part THC, with 20 milligrams of THC in a 12-ounce can.

Cannavated was formed as a separate company that licenses its proprietary nootropic formulations to companies that independently research and produce cannabis-infused beverages.

Keef Brands, through its network of licensed manufacturing partners, is among the world’s largest producers and distributors of cannabis beverages, and is the leading producer in Colorado by volume, where both companies are located.

“This partnership allows us to introduce a very exciting and very unique product to the cannabis market,” said Keef Brands chief operating officer Travis Tharp. “Cannavated is a market leader in the area of mind-enhancing, nootropic beverages, and we feel combining our areas of expertise has allowed us to provide our customers and distributors with a product no other producer can currently match.”

Initial distribution of the new cannabis beverage will be limited to the state of Colorado, but will expand to other jurisdictions in the U.S. once the two companies can be assured production will meet demand.

Koios Reaches Distribution Agreement With Western Functional Beverages For Sales In Wyoming

Koios Beverage Corp. has entered into a distribution agreement with Western Functional Beverages, a leading distributor of healthy, functional drinks targeting the fitness crowd in the state of Wyoming.

“We expect we’ll be hitting store shelves early next month,” said Gina Burrus, vice-president of sales for Koios. “The Wyoming team is working very hard with us to ensure solid growth.”

Koios is a leading innovator in the nootropic beverage industry, making functional beverages that are augmented with nutrients and/or supplements to convey a health benefit to the consumer.

Western Functional Beverages, a division of Western Distributing Co., distributes healthy drinks to cafes, gyms, yoga studios and other retail locations. It will now add Koios brands to its portfolio of beverages, which include teas, kombucha, coconut water, cold-brew coffee and the popular Jones Soda. It will begin distributing peach mango and pear guava immediately, eventually carrying the entire line of Koios beverages as they become available.

“The owners of Western are a lot like us, in that they have a passion for healthy products that create real benefits for their customers,” said Chris Miller, chief executive officer of Koios. “As a company, but also as people, they walk the walk when it comes to living and encouraging a healthy lifestyle and achieving a high level of fitness. Their focus is on products that are healthy, usually organic and that are environmentally sustainable.

“In that way, our beliefs and our philosophies are very similar. We believe they are the ideal team to work with in helping spread our message and our brand throughout the state of Wyoming,” he added.

Koios to Release New ‘Fit Soda’ Line of Functional Beverages

Koios Beverage Corp. announce it will begin production of a new line of functional beverages under the brand ‘Fit Soda’, beginning in Q1 of 2019.

A functional beverage is a drink augmented with nutrients and/or supplements in order to convey a health benefit to the consumer. Examples of functional beverages include sports and performance drinks, ready to drink (RTD) teas, and nootropic beverages sometimes known as ‘smart drinks’.

Koios is already one of the leading innovators in the nootropic beverage industry, and is now branching out into a line of functional soda drinks.

“This is a beverage line we’ve had in our development pipeline since before we launched the company,” says Koios CEO Chris Miller. “We wanted to produce a beverage that lets our customers enjoy a high end soda drink, but also get some benefit from that drink at the same time.”

Fit Soda will be produced using only organic ingredients and manufacturing methods, without any artificial preservatives, colours or flavours.

“The idea is to create a beverage that gives you all the taste you expect from a quality soda product, but with none of the guilt,” Miller says. “It’s a ‘soda with benefits’.”

The Fit Soda line is the second phase of the Koios product launch that began in early 2018 with the production of the Company’s line of nootropic beverages intended to increase mental focus and acuity. The Fit Soda line is generally focused more on physical well being, featuring blends that offer high levels of nutrients, amino acids, proteins, electrolytes or probiotics.

“Our society is experiencing huge demand for natural, organic foods and beverages, with the market for these products growing by an expected 70 per cent between 2016 and 2021,” Miller says. (Source: Packaged Facts, 2016) “We’re seeing that demand already, as our sales literally doubled over last month.”

To meet that growth, Koios announced in August it had entered into a co-packaging agreement with Golden Global Goods, the parent company of Rocky Mountain Soda.  The agreement gives Koios access to Rocky Mountain’s high-volume production line, so the functional beverage maker can now produce a lower minimum amount of product at any given time, while achieving the same cost-effectiveness that could otherwise only be gained through mass production.

Miller says that agreement was reached in part so that Koios can schedule release of its Fit Soda line in January or February of 2019, while still maintaining production of its current lines of nootropic beverages.

Additionally, the Company will also proceed with its new line of THC and CBD infused beverages through its wholly owned subsidiary Cannavated Beverage Corp., as announced on Sept. 4, 2018.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Company.

Chris Miller, CEO and Director, KOIOS BEVERAGE CORP.

Koios Adopts Direct Delivery For Cannabis And Cbd-infused Beverages

Koios Beverage Corp. plans to market its line of cannabis and cannabidiol-infused beverages through an innovative distribution model, generally known as direct store delivery (DSD) and direct to customer (D2C) sales.

Cannabis beverages are produced and distributed through the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Cannavated Beverage Corp., in partnership with Keef Brands.

Direct store delivery involves selling and shipping directly to retail stores that carry Koios products, with no use of any independent third party — neither an independent wholesaler, nor the retailer’s own warehouses.

“We’re a company that thrives on innovation, and we’re not afraid to do things differently when it makes sense to do so,” said Koios chief executive officer Chris Miller. “Building out distribution partnerships takes a lot of time and a lot of money, and adds additional cost to your products as you pay the middleman.

“By shipping directly to our retail partners and to our customers, we avoid a lot of these costs, and at the same time we better control our sales, our marketing and our business relationships.”

Koios has now purchased the first of what will be a fleet of branded delivery vans that will soon be seen travelling the streets and highways of Colorado.

“Many of the other companies in this space don’t employ their own sales teams and rely instead on third parties,” Mr. Miller explains. “In our experience, this can hurt your brand in the early days as you hand over the important job of building relationships at all levels to someone else.

“Instead, we’ve chosen to own those relationships. Our branded vans and delivery routes create more awareness as we build out our retail and direct to consumer channels, and if you ever spend a day in the field with our route sales staff, you can see the relationships we’ve built at the store level are very strong.”

Mr. Miller said Koios is also seeing growing success with its direct to consumer on-line sales, which doubled this month over last month.

“We’re building relationships with our stores and our customers, and this process also allows us to cut our costs and pass those savings on to the consumer,” Mr. Miller said.

The direct distribution model is particularly important, Mr. Miller explains, as Cannavated begins to distribute its CBD-infused or cannabis beverages. While cannabis is legal in Colorado and several other states, very few distributors are knowledgeable about cannabis and CBD beverages.

The direct to consumer model is growing rapidly, and in 2015 comprised 9.4 per cent of the entire retail market in the United States.

“This is particularly important to us in this very new industry, where we’re still figuring out what consumers really want in a CBD- or cannabis-infused beverage,” said Mr. Miller. “By controlling our own production, our own distribution and our relationship with the consumer, we can constantly improve our products based on the input from our customers and our retailers, while reducing our cost of managing our inventory.”

The first Koios direct delivery van is already rolling on the streets of Denver today, Mr. Miller said, and the company has also introduced an improved direct to customer experience on its on-line portal.

Koios To Release World’s First Cannabis Nootropic Beverage

Koios Beverage Corp. will be launching two additional products in October to augment its existing line of beverages.

The first product slated for release in October is a beverage infused with cannabidiol (CBD), a cannabinoid derived from hemp plants, along with Koios’s proprietary nootropic stack.

CBD is commonly used in medical practice to deal with inflammation, pain, anxiety and epileptic seizures. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol, which is also produced in the cannabis plant, CBD is not a psychoactive cannabinoid and does not cause the sensation of getting high which is often associated with marijuana.

Nootropic supplements are used to enhance human productivity without using harmful chemicals or stimulants. Koios products can enhance focus, concentration, mental capacity, memory retention, cognitive function, alertness, brain capacity and create all-day mental clarity.

“We are just scratching the surface of what cannabinoids like CBD can do for human health,” said Chris Miller, chief executive officer. “CBD is the best researched of all the cannabinoids within the cannabis plant, and is well known for its restorative effect on human health, and in dealing with various types of pain.

“With our focus on creating optimal human performance and health through our natural supplements, a CBD-infused beverage was a natural next step,” Mr. Miller added. “With our current nootropic stack we will bring a product to market that aims to produce high levels of natural focus while simultaneously creating calming effects for the end-user. A CBD-infused beverage will be a tremendous value to the market and will allow us to come one step closer to realizing our vision of helping a billion people live healthier lives.”

The second product slated for October will also be released through the Cannavated subsidiary, and will be a collaboration with the company’s partner Keef Brands, a division of CanCore Concepts Inc.

Keef Brands will manufacture, market and sell a line of beverages not only infused with THC, but also containing the nootropic supplements from the Koios line of brain-enhancing functional beverages. The resulting product will be the first in the world to combine cannabis infusion with nootropic supplements that enhance the consumer’s mental acuity.

Keef Brands has the exclusive rights to the Koios blend for Colorado, with the option of expanding the licensing agreement to Canada and the United States, provided it complies with all rules and regulations in the markets where cannabis has been made legal.

The timing of the release of these products was pushed back due to the overwhelmingly positive result the company has had launching its pear guava flavour.

“The product sold out in its first month and forced us to alter our production schedule to meet the demand of our customers and retail partners,” said Mr. Miller. “The timing on these new releases is critical and we want to ensure proper vertical alignment with our distributors as we approach the busy season.”

Koios Partners With Rocky Mountain Soda On New Production Line

Koios Beverage Corp. has entered into a co-packaging agreement with Golden Global Goods, the parent company of Rocky Mountain Soda.

The agreement gives Koios access to Rocky Mountain’s high-volume production line, so the functional beverage maker can now produce a lower minimum amount of product at any given time, while achieving the same cost-effectiveness that could otherwise only be gained through mass production.

“We can now tweak, innovate and create new additional products on demand, without being married to any one beverage or flavour,” said Chris Miller, Koios founder and chief executive officer. “The flexibility of producing in smaller batches allows us to be incredibly competitive by keeping less of our operating capital tied up in aging inventory.

“More of our resources can be focused on innovation and awareness of the brand which will drive sales,” Mr. Miller added. “This new system creates several advantages over traditional models. Our production runs will remain short, which means we can move from one product to another easily. This method will reduce our costs on raw materials, shipping, storage, warehouse fees, production and co-packing.”

Rocky Mountain Soda is known for its high-quality, hand-crafted sodas made in small batches. Koios will purchase two new tanks on behalf of Rocky Mountain Soda, of which it will have priority use for two years under the exclusive agreement. The tanks will be used to mix and create Koios’s beverages, made from a proprietary blend of nootropics.

“With this new relationship and this small investment into the Rocky Mountain Soda system, we can produce product at the same cost charged by large co-packers, but produce much smaller quantities,” said Mr. Miller. “We can keep our margins strong, work in an organic facility and be incredibly nimble. Furthermore, with this model, we can also scale very quickly once we start adding large national retailers.

“We’re not like a large beverage company that just pumps out millions of cans of the same product year after year,” Mr. Miller explains. “We are constantly refining and improving our products, and for that reason we needed a more flexible and cost-effective system of production.”

The production line may also be used in future by Koios’s wholly owned subsidiary, Cannavated, to produce its new line of cannabidiol-infused beverages.

  1. Ellen Gray 7 months ago

    the CBD market doesn’t get the shine it deserves. The positive effects of thc without the heavy mental impact.

    • John Liu 6 months ago

      What do you think of the #CBD beverage market? I actually have seen Marley relaxation tea (non -CBD) in Supermax from $NBEV. Wonder if it catches on?

    • Bob Brinker 5 months ago

      yes I love CBD topicals for my skin, helps soothe

  2. Doug Lozeno 7 months ago

    Can these CBD and MJ stocks continue to still run? The valuation in these are kind of nutty these days and I want in but nervous that they are all top heavy

  3. Doug Lozeno 7 months ago

    can this still move? up so much

  4. Brady 7 months ago

    Cannabis edible is one of the fastest growing sector in the cannabis market.

    • Wayne Turner 6 months ago

      convenience is important, as smoking it in various applications intimidates consumers that have never done it before. But powder form to apply with water is simple and easy. It may attract many consumers that are new to the cannabis market

    • Haris Arshad 5 months ago

      Pot-brewed beverage could be the future of consumables

      • Vanessa Louie 5 months ago

        I can see a cannabis infused pepsi drink. Would definitely boost sales from stoners

      • Nat Stewart 5 months ago

        As Beverage Brands Flirt With Cannabis, Mastering Social Media Will Be Key

  5. Russell 7 months ago

    Cannabis-infused edibles are getting more popular and can provide a safe way to use cannabis without smoking it.

    • Nick Kochevick 6 months ago

      Recent #cannabis market activity shows that the industry holds the potential to be extremely lucrative across all fronts–including the beverage market. Infused drinks could become a $600M market by 2022

      • Walt Newman 5 months ago

        The NSLC says cannabis pricing will follow the same pricing strategy, structure and principles that the NSLC uses to manage all beverage alcohol categories. #Halifax #Cannabis #NS.

    • Fernando Beretta 5 months ago

      What I’m really interested in is with ongoing legalization pushes, will there be “cannabis butter” available for purchase???

  6. Braylen 6 months ago

    The world’s largest beverage company could be the next industry giant to jump into cannabis drinks

    • Connie G. 6 months ago

      The Beverage Industry is still eyeing up Canadian #Cannabis companies. Wouldn’t be surprised if $KBEV was a target for a strategic acquisition

      • Vanessa Louie 6 months ago

        CBD beverage stocks are pouring into investors profits. Also have to remember that CBD products are legal to ship over the states.

    • Nick Barber 6 months ago

      big beverage companies thinking more about coffee, homemade soda, marijuana drinks, full “beverage solutions,” consumer “need states” and other wonderful phrases. Also features the creator of Blue Moon, who wants to create cannabis beer! Would be a game changer if $KBEV ventured this way don’t you think?

      • Paul Monica 6 months ago

        Agreed, Cannabis beverages with alcohol could disrupt the whole alcohol market

      • Ethan Swans 6 months ago

        cbd is more strategically positioned than full on cannabis products with an adequate amount of thc. Due to the fact there are some areas that are not fully legalized

        • Gilbert Reyes 5 months ago

          I believe that the big beverage companies will continue to look for an easy strategic acquisition for an in to the cannabis beverage sector. $KBEV could be a target.

        • George M. 2 months ago

          CBD is a game changer for the beverage industry. $KBEV right there in the midst of it all.

      • Luke Murray 5 months ago

        I love the disruption potential of #cannabis for the medicine/#pharma & recreation/beverage markets. But how many of these businesses have business in hemp as a byproduct as well?

      • Larry Dubois 5 months ago

        rumor is that $KO Coca Cola is in the market to strategically acquire a cannabis beverage company to aid in their push for cannabis coffee

    • Haumin Lum 5 months ago

      once the company has a higher consumer base, then demand will rise

  7. Gregory Jenkins 6 months ago

    Looks like it needs to go back to $.40 before a pop again

  8. Rick Singa 3 months ago

    the CBD will grow as exposure rises. It is a bit pricey and people still group it with cannabis products with THC, it has a variety of pros. One of which is it combats inflammation which aids in me managing my illness

    • Geoffrey Ramirez 3 months ago

      The passing of the U.S. farm bill will remove hemp as a controlled substance. This will allow #CBD-infused beverage makers to sell their products nationwide.

  9. Yashira M. 3 months ago

    Honestly CBD in flower form is Scary and wierd but CBD as beverage, tinctures, gummies etc is phenomenal.. Discovering the difference is what led me to $KBEV

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