Liberty Healthy Sciences Inc. (OTCMKTS:LHSIF) has announced an expansion of its brand portfolio of high-quality products that are currently available in various locations across Florida.
Liberty expands its product portfolio in Florida with the addition of a new brand
The company has introduced the Liberty Health Sciences Shake brand as part of its growing portfolio that comprises innovative cannabis formulations and products, CBD topicals, premium flower, vape products, extracts, and tinctures. Liberty has been expanding its portfolio, and recently it launched the Clarity Brands that comprises of oil derived cannabis products on G Pen pods and cartridges. Also, the company added Papa’s Herb Classic 510 pen to the Papa’s Herb brand that has grown in popularity in its dispensaries.
The company’s CEO Victor Mancebo indicated that they are looking forward to enhancing their product offering and establish ways of meeting patient needs. Mancebo added that the company is focused on providing accessible premium products to consumers at competitive prices, especially during the current times.
Update on response to COVID-19
Recently the company offered an update regarding its response to the coronavirus and the progress of its main business amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s management is dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of its employees, patients, and customer through adherence if the directives and guidance offered by the CDC to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Liberty’s dispensaries have remained open across Florida amid the pandemic during scheduled hours and continued serving patients that depend on its premium and valued products for improved quality of life and wellness. Similarly, the company has implemented sanitary measures in its delivery vehicles and dispensaries.
The CEO indicated that despite the current crisis, the company has grown to be a string business compared to a year ago. This is because of the expansion of the company’s market presence, enduring partnerships, and growing portfolio of proprietary product offerings. He added that the closure of local municipality offices because of COVID-19 has delayed new retail store openings that were expected by the end of the first quarter of FY2021.