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EditorEmilio GhiginiStock Markets

Published Feb 12, 2024 06:56AM ET

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TORONTO – Organigram Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: OGI) (TSX: OGI), a Canadian producer of cannabis products, has initiated its first shipment of bulk dried flower to the medical division of Sanity Group, a German cannabis company. The move marks Organigram’s entry into the German medical cannabis market, following a multi-year agreement with Sanity Group announced in 2023.

The shipment includes Organigram’s Super G Citra strain, a sativa-dominant hybrid, which is part of the company’s strategy to offer high-quality, indoor-grown products internationally. The agreement grants Sanity Group exclusivity on certain genetics, positioning Organigram as a key supplier in one of the world’s largest growing medical cannabis markets.

Tim Emberg, Organigram’s Chief Commercial Officer, highlighted the significance of the partnership with Sanity Group, stating, “Our ability to expand into international markets is a testament to our commitment to consistently deliver on our promise of quality, consistency, and an ever-evolving consumer focused assortment.”

Organigram Holdings Inc., listed on both the NASDAQ Global Select Market and the TSX, operates through wholly-owned subsidiaries, including Organigram Inc. The company is known for producing cannabis for both medical and adult recreational use and has been developing international business partnerships to extend its global reach. Organigram’s brand portfolio includes Edison, Holy Mountain, and SHRED, among others, and it operates facilities in New Brunswick (NYSE:BC), Quebec, and Manitoba.

The press release contains forward-looking statements regarding Organigram’s future operations and performance. These statements are based on current expectations and involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected.

This expansion into the German market represents a strategic step for Organigram as it seeks to broaden its international presence in the cannabis sector. The company’s focus on quality and strategic partnerships aims to enhance its position in the global market.

The information reported is based on a press release statement from Organigram Holdings Inc.

InvestingPro Insights

As Organigram Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: OGI) (TSX: OGI) forges into the German medical cannabis market, recent data from InvestingPro highlights important financial metrics and market performance that stakeholders may find valuable. The company’s market capitalization stands at 152.79 million USD, reflecting its current valuation in the market. Despite a challenging financial landscape with a negative P/E ratio reported at -0.77 and an adjusted P/E ratio for the last twelve months as of Q4 2023 at -3.04, Organigram has managed to maintain a gross profit margin of 23.51% with a gross profit of 25.82 million USD over the same period.

InvestingPro Tips indicate that while Organigram is quickly burning through cash and analysts have revised their earnings downwards for the upcoming period, suggesting a cautious outlook, the company has seen a strong return over the last month and three months, with price total returns of 24.43% and 55.24% respectively. Additionally, the company’s liquid assets exceed its short-term obligations, providing some financial stability in the near term. It’s worth noting, however, that analysts do not anticipate the company will be profitable this year, and Organigram does not pay a dividend to shareholders.

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