Village Farms International stock is a buy, GMP says

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Canadian cannabis and vegetable grower Village Farms International (Village Farms International Stock Quote, Chart, News TSX:VFF) has secured a packaging license from Health Canada, a development which will shift the company’s branding into high gear, says GMP Securities analyst Andrew Partheniou. In a flash update to clients on Monday, Partheniou reiterated his “Buy” rating and […]

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