November 25, 2022


Vancouver, B.C. – The BC Craft Farmers Co-op (BCCFC) today announced an exclusive Scientific Research and Development partnership with Infinity SRED to help eligible Members and Supporters receive a significant return of development expenses for their work to harvest legendary BC craft cannabis.

Based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Infinity SRED is a Scientific Research Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) consulting firm that uses technical and financial expertise to ensure companies maximize their available SR&ED tax credits to ultimately add more capital to their clients’ operations. 

“Infinity SRED will support eligible Members and Supporters from the beginning of the claims process until the money from the claim is in their hands,” said BCCFC President Tara Kirkpatrick. “There are no upfront costs for their services. They only get paid after you do.”

“Over the past four years, Infinity SRED has been able to help some prairie cannabis producers and processors recoup more than 50% of their new product development expenditures,” said Daniah McCall, CEO.

“We are excited to bring this successful model to help BC’s legendary craft cannabis farmers transitioning to the legal market.”  

If BCCFC members have T4 wages, contract employees or testing costs, Infinity SRED can identify expenditures and experimental development work you are already doing to get cash back for your business. Equipment and supplies manufacturers may also be eligible. 

To receive more information and an exclusively discounted service from Infinity SRED, BCCFC Members and Supporters are invited to contact our exclusive BC Craft Farmers Co-op Concierge service by clicking the button below.