Hamilton Farms announced today that it has completed construction of its craft cannabis cultivation facility and received regulatory approval from the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission to begin growing immediately.
Hamilton Farms said the current landscape of cannabis cultivators in New Jersey is dominated by multi-state operators.
"Behind many of the brands on dispensary shelves are the same few cultivators utilizing large-scale agricultural techniques. Hamilton Farms brings to market a locally-owned alternative focused on painstaking care of every plant we nurture," the company said.
“We’re meticulous in everything that we do, and we believe that’s a large part of why we have come so far,” said CEO, Rahul Patel. “Whether you’re looking to tune-in and focus, or tune-out and relax, we have what you’re looking for,” said COO, Kunal Lodaya.
The company said its craft cannabis is cultivated using sustainable and organic practices, and that its staff will hand-prune, hand-trim, and carefully cure each plant to preserve its terpene profile.
The company's debut harvest is expected to arrive on dispensary shelves near the end of Q1 2024.