A Canadian company has its eye on the future of marijuana in Aruba and the Caribbean, signing a deal this week to produce marijuana and food there in the near future.

Affinor Growers Ltd. of Canada this week signed an exclusive license agreement with Vertical Designs Aruba Inc. (“VDA”) to produce marijuana and food using the Affinor Growers patented rotating vertical towers.

In return for granting the license, Affinor Growers will receive 10 percent ownership in VDA and VDA will order all towers from Affinor for its farm to be based in Aruba.

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