Aurora Cannabis growing storage to prepare for edibles launch next fall

Aurora Cannabis Inc. is building up inventory in anticipation of the legalization of edibles and vaping products next fall, but insists that won't interrupt its sales growth and march to profitability.

Production is expected to grow to 25,000 kilograms in the current quarter ended June 30, but an unspecified portion will be held out of the market, said chief financial officer Glen Ibbott on Wednesday.

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