Frequently Asked Questions

Peak Processing Solutions provides more than just manufacturing services – we also offer our partners quality and consistency at every step of production, along with a wealth of industry experience.

A recent upgrade of our facility was undertaken to optimize process flow and establish quality by design pursuant, to risk and knowledge-based concepts and a controlled approach to process development.

We can also help our partners to enter the rapidly growing cannabis market via our established networks and distribution channels.

Peak Processing Solutions specializes in contract and tolling services for the cannabis market. Our service capabilities and product manufacturing options include:

Extraction, distillation, isolation, carbonated and non-carbonated beverage products, small liquid products, water-soluble powder products, tinctures, vape pens and topicals.

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).

Peak Processing Solutions has the capability to manufacture an extensive range of consumer cannabis products.

Please click on the links below to explore just some of the products we are able to manufacture. For specific product queries, please contact us.

Carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, water, fruit drinks, teas, drops, ready-to-use water-soluble powders, and other small liquid formats.

Vape pens and cartridges, tinctures, sprays, oils, resin and various concentrate forms.

Lotions, creams, gels, serums, mists, massage oils, balms and bath products.

Today there are five product classes approved for sale in Canada: dried cannabis, cannabis oil, fresh cannabis, cannabis plants and cannabis plant seeds.

Effective as of October 17 2019, three new product classes will be added to the schedule of approved product classes: (i) edible cannabis (for eating or drinking),
(ii) cannabis extracts (for ingesting or inhaling), and (iii) cannabis topicals (for application to skin, hair and nails). This will allow a new generation of cannabis-based products to enter the market.

A survey of 2,000 Canadian adults in 2019 showed that those looking to try cannabis are particularly interested in three main types of products: edibles for eating (53%), topicals or ointments (37%), and beverages (37%).1

Reference: 1. Deloitte. Nurturing new growth. Canada gets ready for Cannabis 2.0 (2019).