Atalo mainly involves in the production of farmer focused food grade hemp products


Entoura has acquired agriculture and biotechnology firm Atalo. (Credit: Adam Radosavljevic from Pixabay)

Hemp oil producer Entoura has acquired US-based agriculture and biotechnology firm Atalo Holdings for an undisclosed sum.

Based in Kentucky, Atalo is involved in the research, development and production of industrial hemp products.

The company mainly focuses on the production of farmer-focused food-grade hemp products, which will help expand Entoura’s supply chain.

Entoura intends to leverage Atalo’s existing brands and product scope to boost its product suite, in addition to providing private label services.

The private label services comprise of industrial hemp genetics, flower, and hemp oil extraction.

Atalo’s Hemp Research Campus is said to incubate an agricultural model for seed improvement, agronomics, mechanical harvesting and processing techniques from its home in Winchester.

Atalo offers wholesale and white label hemp-derived CBD and superfood hemp protein

The company will grow, process, and supply wholesale and white label hemp-derived CBD and superfood hemp protein.

Entoura is planning to incorporate its advanced genetics and distillation capability with Atalo’s hemp seed oil for integrated and differentiated product development.

Entoura founder and CEO Kevin Murray said: “Entoura is committed to sustainable and trustworthy products that leverage the benefits of the renowned hemp plant. Bringing Atalo onboard, with its rich history of innovation in hemp, brings us closer to achieving that goal.

“Atalo’s incredible legacy in hemp cultivation, innovation and advocacy is truly inspirational, and we look forward to continuing that story.”

Entoura is a vertically integrated, and USDA certified organic and cGMP-certified hemp oil producer.

Recently, Arcadia Biosciences has announced plans to acquire Oregon-based industrial hemp breeding and seed company Industrial Seed Innovations (ISI).