September 19, 2018

Cannabis testers Evio Labs move from Southborough to Framingham

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Evio Labs has leased space at this Speen Street facility in Framingham.

Marijuana testing company Evio Labs is moving its facility from Southborough to Framingham.

The company did not detail why it was moving in a Tuesday announcement, but Southborough voted to ban recreational pot facilities in April 2017.

The Oregon-based company said in August it had applied to the Cannabis Control Commission for a recreational cannabis testing license, but did not specify for which town.

On Tuesday, Evio Labs said it has entered into a host community agreement with Framingham. A copy of the agreement indicates the document was signed on July 31. Space in an office building on Speen Street has been secured, according to the document.

In a statement, Evio labs COO Lori Glauser said about 80 marijuana establishments are awaiting licenses from the CCC.

"We are scaling up operations considerably to meet the coming adult-use demand for cannabis by year-end," she said. "We expect to be one of just three or four operating labs and are actively hiring for all positions in the lab."

In a May interview with WBJ, Glauser said the company expects to triple its workforce in the state within the next year.


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