CannabisNewsBreaks – Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) Enters Agreement for Debt Private Placement

Plus Products (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF), a leading cannabis branded products company in California, on Wednesday announced its entry into an agreement with a certain arm’s length party with respect to the settlement of USD$1,044,806.03 owing or to be owing to such creditor for services rendered. Plus Products has agreed, as payment in full of such amount, to issue to the creditor or its assignee 318,471 units of the company, each at a deemed price of CAD$4.32. Each unit consists of one subordinate voting share in the capital of the company and one warrant. Until five years from the date of the grant, each warrant will entitle the holder to subscribe for one additional share at a price of CAD$4.32 per share.

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About Plus Products Inc.

Plus Products is a California edibles company focused on using nature to bring balance to consumers lives. PLUS’s mission is to make cannabis safe and approachable; that mission begins with high-quality products that deliver consistent consumer experiences. PLUS Gummies and PLUS Mints are manufactured at PLUS’s own factory in Adelanto, California, with strict internal and external testing to ensure accurate consistent dosage. PLUS is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with 80 employees. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.PlusProducts.com.

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