PsychedelicNewsBreaks – Pure Extracts Corp. Moves to Further Expand in the Functional Mushrooms Market

Pure Extracts, a private, plant-based extraction company, is focused on becoming a dominant extraction company in the functional mushrooms market, as well as a leader in the rapid development and commercialization of products in the emerging sector. A recent article discussing this reads, “Further establishing its power in the market, Pure Extracts has signed nondisclosure agreements to explore joint-development endeavors for product launches slated for potential Q4 delivery. The company also inked an advisory agreement with Dr. Alexander MacGregor, founder of Transpharm Canada Inc., the parent company of Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology, whose facility is a fully compliant Health Canada-licensed, Good Manufacturing Practice manufacturing and testing facility and is a full-service, clinical-development business that provides clinical trial services to biotechnology companies.”

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About Pure Extracts

Pure Extracts is positioned to enter the commercial cannabis sector, as well as a new vertical in functional mushrooms, as an experienced producer. Led by a team of qualified experts and providing cutting-edge CO2 extraction technology, the company is set up for long-term strategic distribution and product innovation. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.PureExtractsCorp.com.

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