CannaPharmaRx, Inc. (OTC PINK:CPMD), a future leader in ultramodern, highly efficient cannabis production facilities announced today that it filed its first quarter 2024 financial reports for the quarter ending March 31, 2024, on Tuesday, June 25, 2024.

Q1 2024 Financial Highlights:

Revenue of $25,839 versus $0 in the comparable period of 2023 due to the beginning of product sales. These first product deliveries were lower-quality, small-batch trial grows. Future sales should be considerable larger in size and frequency.

Overall operating expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2024, were $352,786 compared to operating expenses of $720,277 in the prior year comparable period, a decrease of $367,491. The decrease is primarily attributable to a decrease in marketing expenses, a reduction in payroll accruals to officers and a decrease in professional fees due to the transition of accounting to a single provider.

During the three months ended March 31, 2024, the Company experienced a net loss of $11,594,301 or $0.03 per share compared to a net loss of $1,418,229 or $0.00 in the prior year comparable period. The increase was attributed primarily to non-cash events including a $ 8,272,588 decrease in change of fair value of derivative liability primarily due to the increase of the Company’s share price which resulted in a change in the stock price input and volatility input used in the Black Scholes option pricing model. This change resulted in a substantial increase in the derivative liability value for the period and a $ 2,710,879 decrease in change in the fair value of obligation to issue shares primarily due to the increase of the Company’s share price. This further resulted in a change in inputs into the valuation model related to the obligation to issue shares, increasing the value of the obligation to issue shares for the period.

Net cash used in operating activities decreased from $611,738 in Q1 2023 to $548,929 during Q1 2024 and the company had inventory of $950,241 on March 31, 2024

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2024 Q1 Operational Highlights and Recent Developments:

The Company received an operating license from Health Canada on December 9, 2022, and a cannabis license from the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) on December 22, 2022.

CannaPharmaRx anticipates developing a consistent cadence of growing, harvesting, cultivating, and delivering world class products on a regular basis and expects to begin to see a strong and accelerated revenue increase during the 2024 fiscal year (“FY2024”). The production facility is expected to be operating at maximum capacity during FY2024, achieving regular plantings with staggered production so that we are constantly harvesting and delivering high-quality products to multiple sources. Our focus continues to be on international sales with high gross margin products, resulting in greater profitability using our state-of-the-art production facility to grow on demand against purchase contracts using smart inventory management which will contribute to higher turnover and regular deliveries. We will continue to collaborate with international partners on multiple continents and develop proprietary online, data-driven technology.

FY2024 growth goals include delivering the first of several harvests during the second and third quarter; increasing our strategic partner network; receiving our European Union license for Good Manufacturing Practices (“GMP”) to allow us to expand distribution; expanding our customer network; becoming a world leader in unique genetic strains with a current catalogue of over 500 desirable strains developed and owned by our company; and continuing to improve our balance sheet.

In support of these goals:

* On February 16, 2024, the Company announced that we finalized a strategic supply agreement with Cantek Holdings, an Israeli corporation, whereby the Company will supply 1,000 kgs of product annually.
* On February 23, 2024, the Company announced that we successfully obtained our Israel Medical Cannabis (“IMC”) Good Agricultural Practices (“GAP”) and Good Agricultural and Collection Practices (“GACP”) certifications. The IMC-GAP and IMC-GACP certifications are the standard for cannabis certification in Israel and are required to sell cannabis in Israel, a world leader in the medical cannabis industry.
* On March 5, 2024, the Company announced that we finalized a supply agreement with ICAN Green S.A. de C.V. (“ICAN”), a division of ICAN Investing Group LLC, to supply 
product for distribution in the Latin Americas with a primary focus on Mexico and Panama. The agreement is subject to certain minimum required annual levels of purchases by ICAN.
*On March 11, 2024, the Company shipped its first product to a Canadian LP for distribution within Canada.
* On March 14, 2024, we announced that our products are approved for sale in multiple countries and expected to receive a purchase order from Israel in the company weeks, which we subsequently did.
* On April 2, 2024, CannaPharmaRx announced extinguishment of convertible notes removing toxic overhang and significant future dilution.

“As we deliver on previously announced supply contracts, our revenues should increase dramatically. CannaPharmaRx is gearing up for rapid growth, with a plan to become a leader in advanced cannabis cultivation. We have begun shipping to Israel and expect to begin shipping to Europe during mid-Q3 and Latin America during late Q4. I have previously outlined strategic initiatives, including strengthening the board with expert members, streamlining licensing processes, identifying accretive joint ventures, partnerships and acquisitions, and ensuring product pre-sales through partnerships. These efforts are to set a solid foundation for the company to achieve projected revenue targets” stated Dean Medwid, CEO of CannaPharmaRx.


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