We are a company that provides patients in states with medical cannabis programs access to safe, efficacious cannabinoid medicines and cultivates our own cannabis products. Incorporated in 2013 by L.A. entrepreneur Priscilla Vilchis, Premium Produce is a woman-owned company that puts the health and safety of cannabis patients first.
We started as a small company based out of Nevada, and have now grown to into a full-scale medical cannabis cultivator. Premium Produce now has a 25,000 square foot, $6 million cultivation and laboratory facility in Las Vegas.
Please take a look around our site and don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions. We hope you will consider using our products or selling them in your store. You’ll see a difference in quality and standards with us, and we look forward to cultivating some strong, long-term relationships.
Premium Produce LLC was incorporated in 2013 for the purpose of providing patients in states with medical cannabis programs access to safe, efficacious cannabinoid medicines. Premium’s first operation in Las Vegas, Nevada began in 2014, when the company was awarded two licenses from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services that provided legal authorization to own and operate a cannabis business for the purpose of growing cannabis plants and producing medicines derived from cannabis. The company obtained these licenses after completing a rigorous application process that drew more than 500 applications.
The driving force behind Premium Produce’s success is CEO Priscilla Vilchis. Vilchis, a Los Angeles, California-based entrepreneur, is the first ever minority female CEO to be awarded two of Nevada’s tough-to-get licenses. The company’s flagship brand, “Queen of the Desert,” is currently launching in Nevada, and as Premium Produce continues to evaluate viable opportunities for market expansion, Vilchis aims to bring her “Queen of the Desert” cannabis brand to California.
On April 17, 2017, Premium Produce submitted an application to cultivate medical cannabis in Linwood, California, located in Los Angeles County. Since being awarded its Nevada cannabis business licenses, the company has constructed an over 25,000 square foot, $6 million cultivation and laboratory facility in accordance with state applications for cultivation and production in Las Vegas County.