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Kaycha Labs to Open Three New Labs in Massachusetts, Nevada, and Oregon

By Leo Bear-McGuinness

Published: Feb 22, 2021   

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Kaycha Labs, a multi-state cannabis and hemp testing company, has announced it will open three new facilities.

Two of the new facilities, based in Oregon and Nevada, have been acquired by Kaycha. The other, based in Massachusetts, was built for the company.

Testing from 9 to 12

Prior to the acquisitions and new build, Kaycha Labs ran nine facilities in eight states, including California, Colorado, and Massachusetts.

In recent weeks, the company acquired Evio Labs in Medford, Oregon, and signed a definitive agreement to acquire DB Labs, which operates out of a 11,500-square-foot facility close to the Las Vegas Strip, Nevada. The company also recently received a provisional license to open and operate its new build lab in Natick, Massachusetts.

“We know clients value quality testing, fast turnaround times, and attractive pricing. And by adding to our network, we will be achieving even more scale, which will allow us to continue to lower our cost structure and pass these savings along to our clients,” Chris Martinez, Kaycha Labs’ president, said in a statement.

Last July, Kaycha Labs became the first business in Florida to be awarded the state Department of Health’s certified marijuana testing laboratory (CTML) status.


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