Organigram becomes an official supplier of cannabis in the Province of Saskatchewan

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Organigram Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE: OGI) (OTCQX: OGRMF), the parent company of Organigram Inc. (the "Company" or "Organigram"), a leading licensed producer of cannabis, is pleased announce it has completed the registration process with Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA), making it an official supplier of cannabis for the province.

"We are pleased to have been selected as an official supplier of cannabis in Saskatchewan," says Tim Emberg, Senior Vice President of Sales and Commercial Operations, Organigram. "We look forward to working with retailers and key distributors to help ensure the success of the adult recreational market in the province."

This agreement continues to build the Company's position as a true national player in Canada's new legal adult use recreational cannabis marketplace. Organigram now has supply agreements, listing an official supplier, and/or memorandums of understanding in nine out of ten provinces.

"We are proud to offer Canadians access to our growing portfolio of safe, high-quality recreational products," says Greg Engel, Organigram's Chief Executive Officer. "At Organigram, we are committed to positive and productive relationships with our partners across the country, and to the development of innovative products that meet the needs of our customers from coast to coast."

Product is expected to start shipping to Saskatchewan before the end of 2018.

Director of Research and Development

Organigram is pleased to welcome Alec Zhou as Director of Research & Development.

Alec, who has a PhD & Masters Degree in Food Science as well as a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering, has tremendous experience in both research and food product development. Most recently, Alec spent 10 years working as R&D Manager for Cavendish Farms leading their Culinary Creation Center on PEI.

Alex will be responsible for leading Organigram's research and development team, particularly as the Company continues to prepare for the expanded derivative and edibles market in 2019, as well as developing processes for new product development.

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