Tinley says application for California manufacturing license remains in process
The Company is conducting the buildout of a state of the art, purpose-built bottling facility under local authorization, which has been successfully granted by the City of Long Beach. The Company's application for a California State Type N Manufacturing license remains in process and, as previously disclosed, is expected to extend beyond the completion of equipment installation and tenant improvements at the facility. The company said, "The Company is pleased to be progressing through its licensing process as, and in certain respects, faster than expected. However, as previously disclosed, the process is still projected to extend somewhat beyond the completion of the buildout. This completion of the buildout is now anticipated in the coming weeks and, as a result, the date of the final commissioning of this facility is not impacted by elements of the buildout that remain in progress. The Manufacturer continues to have ample capacity with its Phase 2 licensed manufacturing and bottling facility agreement in place for the Tinley-branded products as well as for those of co-packing clients."