Aleafia Health Secures Health Canada Permits to Export Cannabis Products to Australia

TORONTO, July 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aleafia Health Inc. (TSX: ALEF, OTC: ALEAF, FRA: ARAH) (“Aleafia Health” or the “Company”) has received multiple Export Permits (the “Permits”) from Health Canada, which allow the Company to begin its first international cannabis product shipment. The Company expects to ship its branded medical cannabis oils in the next month, which will be distributed by Australian Licensed Producer CannaPacific Pty. Limited (“CannaPacific”). Aleafia Health owns a 10 per cent equity stake in CannaPacific.

“The receipt of Health Canada Export Permits enables Aleafia Health to sell high-margin, value-added cannabis products across international borders for the first time, representing a major milestone as we augment our global distribution platform,” said Aleafia Health Chairman Julian Fantino. “We continue to prove the international viability of our highly differentiated cannabis health and wellness ecosystem with products, clinic operations, education and distribution. With among the largest cultivation and extraction footprints in Canada coming online, we will continue to look to new international markets.”

The Permits allow specifically for the export of the Company’s branded medical cannabis oils, including drops and sprays. As previously announced, the Company has already received the corresponding Permits to Import medical cannabis products from the Australian Government’s Department of Health.

“This is such a tremendous milestone for CannaPacific. Our relationship with Aleafia Health continues to accelerate our strategic vision of leadership in the Australasian medical cannabis market,” said CannaPacific CEO Joshua Dennis. “We have the facility, the proven management team, and now the product portfolio to continue executing towards our goal.”

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