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FastForward Innovations Share Price Jumps On Little Green Pharma Update

Updated: 28 May 2021

Shares of FastForward Innovations (LON: FFWD) are gaining on Friday after Little Green Pharma announced an additional A$2.5m purchase order for its high THC cannabis flower medicine from German pharmaceutical wholesaler Deutsche Medizinalcannabis GmbH.

Little Green Pharma is an investee company of FastForward Innovations.

The purchase order is for delivery at the end of 2021 and follows consistent growth in the size of quarterly DEMECAN purchase orders.

FastFoward said the increased order reflects the demand from Germany and the confidence in Littel Green's quality and supply.

Ed McDermott, CEO of FastForward Innovations, commented: “As one of our most recent investments in the medicinal cannabis space, we are pleased to note the progress being made in Little Green Pharma's strategy to increase patient access to medicinal cannabis.

“The further order from DEMECAN in Germany demonstrates the increasing global demand for LGP's GMP-grade medicinal cannabis products and we look forward to further positive updates from LGP.”

FastFoward's share price is currently trading 2% above Thursday's close at 8.50p.

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