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Ross Gold of Green and Hill Industries Inc (OTCMKTS:GHIL) Come Up With Hemp Division For Growing Hemp CBD Market

Among many products and services across the world, hemp product lines have been showing some of the most amazing results over the past few years. Due to this reason many organizations are looking forward to entering this field. As per the reports, Ross Gold of Green and Hill Industries Inc (OTCMKTS:GHIL) wants to follow the market trends as well. It has decided to launch a Hemp Division called Ross’ Gold Hemp. The company will sign a license and distribution agreement with Canna Products USA (CP USA) in order to ensure global expansion of hemp product lines.

Other Steps Taken By The Company:

Ross Gold of Green and Hill Industries Inc (OTCMKTS:GHIL) doesn’t want to leave any stone unturned; for this reason, it has signed a number of deals with different licensed producer applicants in Canada. All these deals have been signed by the company indirectly through a master licensee LP applicant, but the final regulatory approval has not been given by the government of Canada. The procedure is taking time, which is more than anticipated, forcing GHIL to look for additional opportunities. As an option, it is looking to expand its operations in United States, the next big marketplace for health, hemp and wellness industry.

Ross Gold of Green and Hill Industries Inc (OTCMKTS:GHIL) division of GHIL is well-known in medical cannabis industry and works with the objective of serving patients, with every possible help in medical cannabis and hemp wellness products. All the hemp products of Ross Gold will focus on promoting a good and healthy lifestyle. Common public is not much aware of the hemp and CBD products; hence, Ross Gold will also focus on educating people and enhancing their literacy level about hemp products. Most of the print and digital media platforms have featured Ross Gold recently. Some of the major names include the VICE, High Times, USA Today, NBC, CNN, CBC, Yahoo Sports, CTV, Die Welt and The Toronto Star. Apart from them The Denver Times, The Pique, Sports Illustrated, Leafly.com, NORML, The Daily Telegraph, Whistler Question, Huffington Post, and more have also covered it.

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