NetworkNewsBreaks – Pivot Pharmaceuticals Inc. (CSE: PVOT) (OTCQB: PVOTF) (FRA: NPAT) Subsidiary Enters Manufacturing and Supply Agreement in California

Vancouver-based biopharmaceutical company Pivot Pharmaceuticals Inc. (CSE: PVOT) (OTCQB: PVOTF) (FRA: NPAT) this morning announced that its wholly-owned California subsidiary, Pivot Naturals, LLC, has signed a definitive manufacturing and supply agreement with Stoney LLC, a leading brand of cannabis products in the state of California. Per the terms of the agreement, Stoney has agreed to purchase Pivot’s suite of Ready-To-Infuse-Cannabis (“RTIC”) powderized products, including formulated capsules for targeted effects, bulk powder for baking additives, single serve stick packs and pet food supplements. Order quantities will be determined in rolling 30-day periods commencing in 2018. “I am thrilled to execute our first Manufacturing and Supply Agreement in California,” Patrick J. Rolfes, president of Pivot Naturals, stated in the news release. “This positions our patented RTIC powderization technology as an industry changing solution. This is a critical milestone that further validates Pivot as a leading supplier of premium, science-based cannabis products.”

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About Pivot Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Pivot Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the development and commercialization of therapeutic pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals using innovative drug delivery platform technologies. Pivot’s wholly-owned medical cannabis products division, Pivot Green StreamHealth Solutions Inc. (“PGS”), conducts research, development and commercialization of cannabinoid-based nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals. PGS has acquired worldwide rights to “RTIC” Ready-To-Infuse Cannabis powder to oil technology, BiPhasix Transdermal Drug Delivery platform technology (topical), Solmic Solubilisation technology (oral) and Thrudermic Transdermal Nanotechnology (transdermal) for the delivery and commercialization of cannabinoid, cannabidiol, and tetrahydrocannabinol-based products. PGS’ initial product development candidates will include topical treatments for women’s sexual dysfunction (PGS-N005), as well as psoriasis (PGS-N007), and an oral product (PGS-N001) for cancer supportive care. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.PivotPharma.com

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