VANCOUVER – Affinor Growers Inc. (CSE: AFI OTCQB: RSSFF) reported that it has signed a binding Letter of Intent to purchase 100% of the private equity in Vertical Designs Aruba. The Aruba corporation was established in 2018 to produce fruits, vegetables and, pending receipt of a medical cannabis production license from the Government of Aruba, the consideration is all shares at 52,000,000 common shares and contingent upon the achievement of certain performance milestones.
Affinor’s plan in Aruba is to produce food and cannabis sustainably and cost-efficiently in one of the best growing climates worldwide. Over 100 acres on the proposed north island site is available and can accommodate 1,000 vertical towers per acre. Full development would create a new global medical cannabis industry leader and open international markets. The benefits to Aruba include local food production to reduce imports, high wage employment, education, technology transfer and taxation income.
Affinor’s patented farming technology and QA processes are sustainably delivered through alternative energy from Tesla, composting technology, and LED lighting. Affinor is utilizing The Tesla Powerwalls and Solar in its Abbotsford BC greenhouse. This is especially important as the company grows across Canada and works toward full ESG compliance globally. Affinor’s vertical farming technology levels the playing field for plant production globally.
Nick Brusatore CEO: “Affinor’s mission is to serve the world with sustainable agriculture technology with no compromises on quality. I am so excited about this project. Aruba is a warm, beautiful country filled with wonderful people. I am so proud to be part of the movement for global sustainability and national self-sufficiency serving nations like Aruba.”
Affinor is a publicly traded company listed on the CSE under the symbol “AFI” and on the OTCQB under the symbol “RSSFF”. Affinor is focused on developing vertical farming technologies and using those technologies to grow fruits, vegetables, and cannabis in a sustainable manner.
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