Yield Growth Corp Hops On Coronavirus Bandwagon
The Yield Growth Corp (CSE: BOSS) is in search of its next bandwagon to jump on, with the firm now taking on the challenge presented by the coronavirus. The firm announced this morning that they are now suddenly close to commercializing a hand sanitizer which will evidently be a means of defending against the virus.
The product, which is said to contain witch hazel, food-grade ethanol alcohol, distilled water, and three essential oils, is expected to arrive to markets “quickly” however a time frame was not provided by the company.
Yield Growth’s focus on providing a product in light of the pending coronavirus crisis follows several other trends that the company has attempted to capitalize on in the past. Past and current efforts include hemp skin care products, as well as cannabis, CBD beverages, and most recently, that of the pending psychedelic product rush via the acquisition of a mushroom grower.
Our established manufacturing and distribution channels will allow us to bring our hand sanitizer to market quickly. Yield Growth is focused on creating plant-based, natural wellness products which are seeing surging interest worldwide. This product is yet another of our innovations designed to promote health and wellness with a focus on natural ingredients.Penny White, Yield Growth Corp CEO
A timeline for commercial sale of the all-natural hand sanitizer product was not provided by Yield Growth. The company indicated it is currently initiating stability testing for the product with no other details provided.
Yield Growth Corp last traded at $0.24 on the CSE.
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