The company plans to begin trading under the new name and ticker symbol on Thursday.
Vancouver, British Columbia-based Harvest One Cannabis (TSXV: HVT) (OTC: HRVOF) plans to begin operations under a new name on Thursday, now that it has received regulatory approval from the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The company announced the new name, Delivra Health Brands, in June following a strategic review, it said in a news release.
The new name won’t be entirely new to Harvest One investors, as it already existed as one of the company’s brand names. Delivra provided the proprietary transdermal delivery system platform used by the LivRelief products.
Delivra Health Brands is expected to begin trading on the TSX Venture exchange under the new ticker DHB when markets open on Sept. 8.
The new corporate website, www.delivrahealthbrands.com, will launch the same day with additional information about the company and its go-forward strategy.
“The last two years have been transformative for the company as we successfully navigated many difficult challenges to reshape the company by focusing on health and wellness solutions,” President and CEO Gord Davey said in the release.
Harvest One, a global cannabis-infused and non-infused consumer packaged goods company, develops and distributes health, wellness and self-care products. The company owns and operates two subsidiaries, DreamWater sleep aids and LivRelief topical creams.
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