Organigram revenue soars in first full quarter of recreational sales

Cannabis producer Organigram Holdings Inc. swung to a loss of $6.4 million in its latest quarter as its revenue soared in its first full quarter of adult-use recreational sales.

The Moncton-based company saw revenue rise sharply to $26.9 million during the three-month period ended Feb.

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