By J Rodrigo Safdiye.
Sundial's harvest has grown from 1,896 kilograms in the first quarter to 11,700 kg in the third, according to the Calgary, Canada-based company.
The average selling price per gram for Sundial's branded cannabis products was CA$6.34 in the third quarter.
The company's net loss amounted to CA$97.5 million. The consolidated adjusted EBITDA loss was CA$7.9 million.
"The increasing scale of our Canadian and new U.K. operations enabled us to significantly grow production and sales this quarter," CEO Torsten Kuenzlen said in a statement.
"We step-changed production quantities while improving quality and growing a much larger variety of desirable premium cannabis strains. At the same time, we advanced operationally for effectiveness and efficiency and carefully managed our inventory levels. Production expansion went hand-in-hand with geographic expansion, as we increased coverage to additional Provincial boards and stores across Canada."
The stock was down 8.45% at $3.30 at the time of publication Thursday.
Photo courtesy of Sundial Growers.