The Green Organic Dutchman Fact Sheet

THE GREEN ORGANIC DUTCHMAN (TGOD) TGOD is a private Canadian producer of Organic Cannabis under the ACMPR with a federally licensed facility on 100 acres in Hamilton, ON and a recently secured second 75 acre fully-serviced site in Quebec near Montreal. TGOD currently has federal cultivation and sales licences. TGOD is in the process of expanding its cultivation capacity to 116,000 kg and increasing product offerings in anticipation of Canada’s legalization of sales to recreational users beginning in 2018. Strategically Selected Locations TGOD’s sites have been strategically located in Ontario & Quebec, representing 21.6 million people or 62% of the Canadian population with proximity to major urban centres, international airports and the US/CAN boarder. Six US bordering states represent 57 million potential recreational cannabis tourism visitors. TGOD is positioned to capitalize well in these densely populated urban centres. Investment Highlights Exceptional Access to Capital – $41.5M raised privately to date from 2,400+ retail shareholders, and strong established relationships with leading Canadian brokerage firms Access to some of the Lowest Power Rates in the Industry – TGOD will be positioned as one of the lowest cost producers in Canada by leveraging innovative and low-cost power solutions $5,000,000 Line of Credit at Prime +1.5% – One of the first Cannabis companies to secure a Line of Credit at low-risk business rates, conforming to the stringent due diligence requirements of a large Canadian Financial Institution Organic Products & Processes – 100% non- irradiated high quality organic products that are free from pesticides, herbicides and synthetic nutrients and demand a premium price Industry Leading Alliance Partners – Project expansion leads include Eaton, Ledcor Group, and Hamilton Utilities Corp. One of largest land capacities under a single ACMPR licence in Canada – Providing future Cannabis Agripark style development opportunities for joint ventures, licensing and distribution partners Hamilton Facilities Fully funded Phase 1 Expansion to increase total cultivation & processing space to 150,000 sq. ft. with an annual capacity of 14,000 kg scheduled to come online in Q2 2018, in conjunction with legalization of the recreational market Microgrid infrastructure to include 6MW Combined Heat & Power Co-Generation facility with CO2 production granting access to less than ≈ $0.05/kWh power, setting the stage for TGOD to become one of the lowest cost producers in Canada Current indoor facility includes cultivation of Organic Cannabis for oil production as well as mother plant propagation for Phase 1 expansion Quebec Expansion Newly secured 75 Acre property near Montreal with ability to expand up to a total of 820,000 sq. ft. bringing total TGOD production to 116,000 kg before the end of 2018—currently financing phase 1 expansion of 220,000 sq. ft. to include both an indoor and hybrid greenhouse facility and add an incremental annual capacity of 22,000 kg Zoned 90% Agriculture / 10% Commercial and located on the boundary of newly zoned industrial area the property is fully serviced including a Hydro Quebec substation 700m away, a new local water treatment plant, and new sewer, raw water and gas lines all run to the property Quebec offers some of the least expensive power in Canada at ≈ $0.05/kWh—with government incentives our cost is reduced to less than $0.04/kWh—this will further strengthen TGOD’s position as a future lowest cost producer Several incentives and grants offered promoting investment in the province, and local authorities are helping to expedite and streamline regulatory approvals Cannabis Oils Production Commercial CO2 extraction unit to be placed in newly designed purpose-built extraction laboratory-Q4’17 expected commissioning Extraction lab has capacity to process up to 12,000 kg of raw material per year and produce approximately $170M worth of Organic Cannabis Oils Management Team Rob Anderson – CEO, Director 22+ years experience in Capital Markets and financing incl. 12 years with a leading Canadian brokerage firm. He has led ≈ $100M in financings for Cannabis companies over the past 12 months, including $47 million for Emblem Corp. (EMC) Csaba Reider – President 35+ years executive experience in CPG including VP at Cott Corporation and President & CEO at both SunPac Foods & Xyience Inc., and Board Member at Associated Brands Amy Stephenson, CFA, CPA, CMA – CFO 20+ years experience in Capital Markets & M&A including extensive work in the Cannabis space as CFO of both Aurora Cannabis and Bedrocan, and as Controller of Canopy Growth Corp. Marc Bertrand – Director 35+ years executive experience in Consumer Products industry including President & CEO of the Mega Bloks brand, which he grew from $2 million in sales to $600 million David Perron – VP of Growing Operations 15+ years experience in Greenhouse Production including 3 years as Lead Agrologist & Head Grower at Whistler Medical under ACMPR/MMPR and 5 years at McGill Greenhouse & Horticulture Research Centre *The Green Organic Dutchman Ltd. (a wholly owned subsidiary of The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd.) is licensed under Canada’s Access to Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR) to cultivate and sell medical marijuana. The company produces high quality organic cannabis for medical use using all natural and organic cultivation principles. Production is currently carried out on its facilities in Ancaster, ON, pursuant to the provisions of the ACMPR and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) and its regulations. The statements made herein are for informational purposes only and are not an offer to sell securities or a solicitation of offers to purchase securities and should not be construed to be investment advice. Prospective investors should read the offering memorandum before considering an investment in the Company. This document contains forward-looking statements. Forward looking statements may be identified through the use of words such as “expects”, “will,” “anticipates,” “estimates,” “believes,” or by statements indicating certain actions “may,” “could,” or “might” occur. Forward looking statements are based on expectations, estimates and bona fide management belief at the time the statements. AUGUST 2017 FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: INVEST@TGOD.CA