Canopy Growth Corporation
In October 2018, Cannabis became legal in Canada.
With restrictive marketing regulations, companies were looking for a way to stand out with their
However, the regulatory requirements for Cannabis packaging meant that manufacturers must be able to deliver
child-resistant, smell-proof containers that communicated the brand equity to consumers. Heres what Amy
Wasserman, Canopy's head of recreational marketing, said about the process in an interview with BNN
"We were always dreaming about tin and what tin means to people," She said. "There's the idea that you can keep your tin box and use it for a million things afterward. We wanted that notion of longevity and collectability."
Wasserman added that Canopy's design process took months of collaboration with its design team where some
details were obsessed over and precision callipers were used to measure its packaging down to the
Not only were the measurements precise, but so was the planning. To meet the launch and ongoing demand, we
9 Completely Custom Manufacturing Lines
5 factories contracted with +2600 workers working round the clock to meet launch demand
Built capacity of 1.595M tins / week