Affinor Growers

Canada: Strawberry greenhouse to be built in Saint-Chrysostome, Quebec

Affino announced that the City of St-Chrysostome, Quebec, has approved the construction of the Strawberries Greenhouse on Affinor property in the Province of Quebec. This will be the first of its kind and it will supply organic, non-GMO, strawberries and other crops grown without pesticides to Eastern Canada and the Eastern seaboard of the United States.

The unique structure of this facility is designed to increase efficiency by a 10 - 12 timer per square meter of that of any traditional greenhouse design and will be located on 45 acres of agricultural land in Saint-Chrysostome, in the regional county municipality of Haut-Saint-Laurent in the Montérégie administrative region of the Province of Quebec.

The greenhouse will include a state-of-the-art, 40m x 40m, 4 bay, fully diffused growing area and a 20m x 40m, 2 bay auxiliary facility, for the propagation, packaging, storage and shipping of high quality produce, specifically strawberries.

"This is a significant milestone for Affinor, and I would like to give my highest appreciation to the City of St-Chrysostome, along with the Affinor design team for their efforts and cooperation in reaching this achievement. The construction is beginning today. We look forward to continuing with this flagship project, which shall bring significant benefit to Quebec. " said Sebastien Plouffe, President & CEO of Affinor.

Affinor Growers is a diversified publicly traded company on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol ("AFI"). Affinor is focused on growing high quality crops such as romaine lettuce, spinach, strawberries and high quality medical Marijuana. Affinor is committed to becoming a pre-eminent grower, using exclusive vertical farming techniques.

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