At least for now, capacity is king in Canada. And even when supply catches up to demand in the country, the anticipated global demand should still make production capacity an important criterion in evaluating any marijuana stock. When it comes to how much production capacity you get per dollar invested, Aphria looks really attractive. The company’s Aphria One facility expansion recently received licensing approval from Health Canada. This should enable Aphria to increase its annual production capacity to 115,000 kilograms. With its other expansion efforts, though, Aphria should be on track to produce around 255,000 kilograms of cannabis per year by the end of 2019. Which Big Canadian Marijuana Stock Has the Most Upside Potential Right Now?
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