NetworkNewsBreaks – Willow Biosciences Inc. (CSE: WLLW) Employs Proprietary Biosynthetic Processes to Develop Ultra-Pure CBD

Canada-based Willow Biosciences (CSE: WLLW) was recently featured in a video by InvestmentPitch Media detailing how the company utilizes its proprietary biosynthetic processes to deliver high yields of ultra-pure, low-cost cannabinoids. An article further discussing the company reads, “The video (http://nnw.fm/ebN5C) highlights a recent joint development agreement between Alberta, Canada-based Willow Biosciences and Delaware-headquartered Noramco that will build on Willow’s experience in developing manufacturing processes for active pharmaceutical ingredients (‘APIs’) that treat conditions such as cancer, pain and central nervous system disorders, as well as Noramco’s experience in producing high-quality, synthetic cannabinoid APIs for the pharmaceutical and health care industry. . . . Under the agreement, Willow will focus on developing ultra-pure CBD with its pioneering biosynthetic technology, bypassing the costs and waste associated with plant cultivation for a single cannabinoid by optimizing yeast cultivation processes, while Noramco will be responsible for the scale-up, regulatory applications, marketing and distribution of the companies’ products. Their work has the potential to open new and larger markets for CBD and related compounds, as well as providing low-cost solutions to pharmaceutical partners.”

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About Willow Biosciences Inc.

Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, Willow and its team of scientists are leaders in the field of biosynthetic production of high-value, plant-derived compounds. Willow has applied its integrated suite of technologies to develop manufacturing processes for numerous active pharmaceutical ingredients with various therapeutic benefits, including cancer treatment, pain management and CNS disorders. In the cannabinoid field, Willow owns proprietary, yeast-based lab strains that produce CBD, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabigerol (CBG), as well as certain minor and novel cannabinoids. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.WillowBio.com.

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