IGC to Distribute its Formulations in Germany in Early 2018

BETHESDA, Md., Oct. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- India Globalization Capital, Inc. (NYSE MKT:IGC) announced that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with MediCann Handels GmbH, a company based in Hamburg Germany, for the import and distribution of IGC’s cannabinoid based therapies including IGC-AD1 (Hyalolex) to pharmacies in Germany.

MediCann plans to distribute to pharmacies, apothecaries and other licensed retail outlets that are legally allowed to sell cannabinoid-based products. Under the current MOU, MediCann will provide the capital required for the transportation, import, storage, sales and marketing of products intended for the German market. The agreement is subject to standard closing conditions such as due diligence relating to satisfactory licensing and product procurement.

“There are many benefits to developing a strong presence in the German pharmacy market including, a favorable regulatory environment and reimbursement from health insurance providers. The agreement with MediCann is the first step in the commercialization process of our therapies, as we work out the logistics of how to efficiently deliver our products to Germany," states Ram Mukunda, CEO. “We are glad to add the products of IGC to our portfolio. With these products we will have a unique selling point in the German market,” states Carsten Siegemund, CEO of MediCann.

About IGC
IGC is engaged in the development of cannabis based combination therapies to treat Alzheimer’s, pain, nausea, eating disorders, several end points of Parkinson’s, and epilepsy in dogs and cats. IGC has assembled a portfolio of patent filings and four lead product candidates addressing these conditions. The company is based in Maryland, USA.

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Forward-looking Statements
Please see forward looking statements as discussed in detail in IGC's Form 10K for fiscal year ended March 31, 2017, and in other reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Claudia Grimaldi

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