Neutra Corp. (NTRR) Strengthens its Health and Nutritional Product Line with Strategic Purchase of Emerging CBD Retail Brand

The company’s strategic acquisition of Vivis Corp. is expected to help meet demand for high quality, potent, hemp-extracted CBD consumer products U.S. sales of cannabis- and hemp-derived CBD products are expected to surge to $20 billion by 2024, with a CAGR of 49 percent NTRR’s acquisition of hemp cultivator J3 Holdings is expected to enable Neutra Corp. to grow its own hemp supply, ensuring the quality and potency of its CBD products

Neutra Corp. (OTCQB: NTRR), an early stage research and development company focusing on modern healthy living solutions, is concentrating on developing into a vertically integrated company able to cultivate, manufacture and distribute hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD) products. Recently announced tactical acquisitions make the company’s intentions clear, as Neutra Corp. CEO Sydney Jim detailed in a recent interview (http://cnw.fm/qNaW4).

“In 2019 we’re really looking at trying to figure out how to participate in the hemp-based CBD market. Our overall goal is to become a vertically integrated company from cultivation to manufacturing to formulation of products and then to distribution and retail sales,” Jim said in…

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