BOCA RATON, Fla., April 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Stem Holdings, Inc. (OTCQX: STMH) (CSE: STEM) (the “Company” or “Stem”), a vertically integrated cannabis multi-state operator, is pleased to announce the closing of a stock purchase and note purchase agreement to sell its minority equity ownership interest in its Massachusetts cannabis license for a total of $1.65 million in cash on April 13, 2022.
Matthew Cohen, CEO and CFO of Stem Holdings, commented, “We are pleased to have closed on the purchase of our equity stake in Massachusetts, providing us with further working capital, which enables our company to continue to successfully execute on our restructuring plan and focus our resources on all Oregon locations and the dispensary in Sacramento, California. We are evaluating other options to monetize non-core assets to strengthen our working capital as well as our balance sheet.”
About Stem Holdings, Inc.
Stem is a multi-state, vertically integrated, cannabis company that, through its subsidiaries and its investments, is engaged in the cultivation, processing, packaging, distribution and branding of cannabis, hemp and their derivatives, including oils, edibles, concentrates. Additionally, the Company purchases, improves, leases, operates, and invests in properties for use in the production, distribution and sales of cannabis and cannabis-infused products licensed under the laws of the states of Oregon, Nevada, California, Massachusetts, and New York. As of December 31, 2021, Stem had ownership interests in 24 state-issued cannabis licenses including nine (9) licenses for cannabis cultivation, three (3) licenses for cannabis processing, two (2) licenses for cannabis wholesale distribution, three (3) licenses for hemp production and seven (7) cannabis dispensary licenses.
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