She will be part of an expert panel discussing a topic of: "Upcoming Regulatory Model: Edibles, Topicals and Extracts," the infused cannabis beverage firm said in a statement.
A second wave of cannabis legalization in Canada will permit the sale of edibles, beverages, extracts, and topicals from October 17 this year.
"BevCanna has developed an opportunity-based perspective on the cannabis regulation discussion,” said Andrews.
"Compliance is at the forefront of everyone’s mind as the legalization of infused beverages fast approaches in Canada, however there is still room for creativity and innovation. Sharing our unique expertise and insights, gained through years of experience developing market-leading products and navigating highly-regulated industries, helps advance the nascent cannabis-infused edibles and beverages category."
Samples of spring water
BevCanna will also provide people at the conference with samples of its alkaline spring water, sourced from its on-site aquifer in Bridesville, British Columbia. This is the same spring water, which will soon be infused with cannabinoids, once regulations come into effect.
Ms Andrews co-panelists include Niel Marotta, president and CEO, director and founder of Indiva; Brandon Wright, the CEO of Dynaleo, and Bert Hick, president of Rising Tide Consultants.
The conference is being held on September 15 and 16 at Vancouver’s Westin Bayshore Hotel.
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