Peak Processing Solutions
The height of quality in cannabis-infused products.
Peak Processing Solutions is here to help you deliver on your brand’s commitment to quality and excellence. Our team of experienced cannabis and formulation professionals will help you from ideation to commercialization to exceed the expectations of your customers.about us
Peak will collaborate closely with you to develop formulations and recipes that will excite your customers. Our scientific knowledge and product development expertise will ensure stability and consistency as well as great taste, feel, and look.
Our team can source or work with your existing supply chain to provide packaging that meets your product needs and all regulatory requirements including labeling.
Whether sourcing ingredients, manufacturing products, or quality testing, our team employs best practices and years of experience to make your products stand out.
Peak will work with your team to support notifications to Health Canada, securing listings with Provincial Boards, and shipping your products to ensure they dependably get into the hands of consumers.
Why Peak Processing?
Q: Why choose Peak Processing Solutions?
Peak Processing provides more than just manufacturing and co-packing services, we also offer our partners quality, safety, and consistency at every step of production. This, along with our wealth of industry experience and established networks of distribution will help you bring innovative and successful products to market.
Q: What services can Peak Processing Solutions provide?
In addition to contract manufacturing and tolling services our capabilities include product development, formulation, commercial insights, regulatory and quality assurance in the cannabis industry.
Q: Is there a demand for edible and extract-based cannabis products?
In short, the answer is yes! Estimates suggest that the market for edibles and alternative cannabis products in Canada is worth C$2.7 billion annually. As it stands, 11% of Canadians already consume these products, and this number is only expected to grow, with edible products offering a more discrete and accessible way to consume cannabis.1
Reference: 1. Deloitte. Nurturing new growth. Canada gets ready for Cannabis 2.0 (2019).