WeedInFocus
Nov 12, 2016 12:25 PM

Snoop Dogg Visits World’s Biggest Marijuana Greenhouse

The world’s most famous rapper and marijuana connoisseur has visited the world’s biggest medical marijuana greenhouse. Snoop wanted to look at the 350,000-square-foot greenhouse full of cannabis of different types and try to understand why such a wonderful place is located in an amazing city Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada.

More than that, as the greenhouse's director of communications Jordan Sinclair told the website Niagara this Week, Snoop visited the facility to inspect it and take a look at the next lots of Leafs By Snoop products that are grown out at Tweed Farms.

Snoop Dogg toured the Tweed Farm with the officials of the company, including Tweed’s master grower Kevin Furet.

Tweed is one of the most famous and recognized marijuana-selling companies in the world. In February 2015, Snoop Dogg and Tweed signed a deal that gave the company exclusive rights to use certain brands and content that belong to Snoop Dogg’s company, LBC Holdings. In October 2016, Tweed announced that Leafs by Snoop products would be available for purchase only in Canada and only for the registered customers of Tweed.

The partnership between the rap star and the Tweed company includes combining efforts in order to produce high-quality marijuana strains that are expected to satisfy all types of MMJ needs.

Tweed confessed that they knew what was ahead of them when they decided to get involved with Snoop Dogg.

Mark Zekulin, the president of the company, says that nowadays Snoop is much more than a singer, artist, and entrepreneur. Snoop Dogg is truly the most trusted voice in the cannabis world. With this partnership, the company has the chance to include a marijuana culture icon into the Canadian industry and make him a member of the Tweed team.

Snoop Dogg agrees he is the king of cannabis.

The rapper states that just like hip-hop, marijuana is not just a culture, it is a lifestyle.

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