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Gaia Grow's Reports July Sales of $258,000 Canadian Cannabis Laboratory Tru Extracts Begins Commercial Production and Ships Initial White Label Product

Gaia Grow Corp

Vancouver, British Columbia – TheNewswire - August 9, 2022 – Gaia Grow Corp. (the “Company” or “Gaia”) (CSE:GAIA) (Frankfurt:GG0) is pleased to announce that the Company had a non recurring sale for $215,000 of Hemp from its 2019 crop in July. and Gaia’s wholly-owned subsidiary, TruExtracts Laboratories (“TRU”), has completed its first delivery of wholesale product. The initial order of 2kg of solventless extracted cannabis was shipped with revenue of $28,000CDN generated, a second order also shipped generating another $15,000CDN.  


Shipments are expected to continue on a regular basis and ramp up as the facility begins scaled production and sales efforts.


With the receipt of the sales amendment, the Company has begun the steps to commercially produce its cannabis edibles. Test samples have already been sent out on several of its gummy edibles. TRU has also begun testing and commercial production of Spaced Food cannabis edibles.


"TRU has now started generating revenue and getting products to market”, said Frederick Pels, CEO of Gaia. "The products manufactured here are exceptional and I fully expect to see strong growth as sales and production increase. I look forward to updating shareholder with TRU’s progress"


“We expect to see significant demand in the marketplace for the high quality products being manufactured here at TRU.” said Andre Sinclair, COO of TRU. “In anticipation of strong sales growth projections, we are working rapidly to create current shelf-ready products as well as continue to develop additional products for near term launch.”


About TruExtracts

TruExtracts Laboratories was created for high-capacity extraction and production to meet global demand. TRU is one of Western Canada’s largest cannabis and hemp processors, with a 12,500 square foot state of the art facility in Calgary. The facility is Health Canada licensed and fully operational, with an expansion capability of an additional 16,000 additional square feet. Services include toll processing, THC, CBD extractions and isolates, as well as white label service and cannabis THC and CBD products.

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About Gaia Grow

Gaia Grow is an Alberta-based vertically integrated licensed hemp company with subsidiaries licensed for cannabis and hemp processing, extraction, product formulation, novel product development and cannabis retail.  For more information about the Company, please visit


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Frederick Pels, Chief Executive Officer


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