TGOD name change marks ‘new era’ for BZAM

Published on January 26, 2023 by oz. staff

TGOD's large Ontario facility Photo: Contributed
Pictured is The Green Organic Dutchman's 166,000-sq.-ft. facility, located in Ancaster, Ont.

Barring any hiccups, BZAM will soon appear on the Canadian Stock Exchange ticker for the first time, replacing The Green Organic Dutchman.

The merging companies announced that the next step of the evolution is a name change to BZAM Ltd., prompting the new trading symbol on the CSE.

“This name change marks a new era,” says Matt Milich, the company’s CEO.

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“It reflects our larger portfolio of brands and facilities, and our ability to reach a broader consumer base to realize our vision of being one of Canada’s favourite sources for cannabis.”

TGOD was publicly listed on the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE), while BZAM was privately owned.

The merger creates Canada’s sixth largest pot producer, uniting TGOD’s strength in the Eastern market with BZAM’s presence in the Western market.

The company’s portfolio of brands includes BZAM, The Green Organic Dutchman, -ness, Highly Dutch Organics, TABLE TOP, Cruuzy and partner brands Dunn Cannabis, FRESH, Superflower and Snackbar.