NetworkNewsBreaks – Golden Developing Solutions, Inc. (DVLP) Announces Significant Progress Toward Launch of Colorado-Based Supercritical CO2 CBD Extraction Facility

Emerging leader in the cannabis, hemp, and cannabidiol (“CBD”) marketplace Golden Developing Solutions (OTC: DVLP) this morning announced significant progress toward establishment of its new Colorado-based high-capacity CBD extraction and production facility, including a pending equipment order for a best-in-class supercritical CO2 extraction system. Per the update, the system (CO2 rather than ethanol based) is designed to drive the highest purity levels in end production. DVLP management intends to finalize machinery orders within the next 90 days and expects the facility to be fully operational by summer of 2019. “We are committed to driving the bus, not just riding on it,” DVLP CEO Stavros Triant commented in the news release. “We have the backing, the experience, and the operational know-how to assume a leadership position in the CBD extraction and production space. And we want to build this facility from the ground up to be the best of breed.”

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About Golden Developing Solutions Inc.

Golden Developing Solutions is developing an online retail business for cannabidiol (CBD), hemp oil and health/wellness-related products. The company is also developing a high-capacity, high-quality CBD extraction and production facility. In addition, through the website of its joint venture partner, Pura Vida Vitamins, as well as through wholesale and distribution channels, the company offers a broad range of high-quality, price-competitive products, including traditional vitamins, supplements, and CBD-based tinctures, vapes and soft gels, among other products. Merchandise also includes hemp and CBD-related products and additional products focusing on health and lifestyle. Golden Developing Solutions is a development-stage company providing business services and products supporting the cannabis industry, in which the company intends to make acquisitions in the near future. Currently, 29 states and the District of Columbia have passed laws permitting their citizens to use cannabis for medical and/or recreational purposes. Cannabis has shown encouraging signs as a treatment for various medical conditions and has become increasingly more acceptable to the public and society. For more information, visit the company’s websites at www.PuraVidaVitamins.com and www.WheresWeed.com

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