By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News
TORONTO—-(BUSINESS WIRE) –Flora Growth Corp. (NASDAQ : FLGC) (“Flora”, “Flora Growth”, or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has extended by three months the expiry dates of approximately 6.67 Million (on a Post-Consolidation basis). These are all the unexercised Warrants that the Company issued (on a Post-Consolidation basis) pursuant its Regulation A+ Tier2 offering of units that closed in December 2020.
The Warrants can be converted into common shares of Flora for US$3.00 each. Previously, the expiry dates of the Warrants were 18 months after their respective issue dates. The Company has extended by three months the expiry dates for the Warrants so that they expire 21 months after their respective issue dates. The new expiry dates for Warrants range from October 25, 2021, to October 20, 2022. All other terms and conditions, including the exercise cost, remain unchanged.
About Flora Growth Corp.
Flora is a cannabis company which uses natural, cost-effective cultivation methods to supply cannabis derivatives to its various business divisions, including cosmetics, hemp textiles and food and drink. Flora is the owner of one of the most extensive outdoor cultivation facilities in the world and strives to offer premium products at lower prices. Flora creates premium products that help people thrive and restore their lives by prioritizing natural ingredients, value-chain sustainability and value-chain sustainability throughout its portfolio. For more information, visit http://www.floragrowth.ca and follow @floragrowthcorp.
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