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Kaival Brands Innovations Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: KAVL)  the exclusive of the BIDI ® Stick electronic nicotine delivery system and all  Bidi Vapor products, today announced the activation and initial shipment of BIDI ® Sticks to over 1,000 Circle K locations, with a ramp up to 5,000 locations planned for the remainder of this year within the South Atlantic and Midwest regions of the United States.

Kaival Brands Innovations Group Inc is best known for being the distributor of all products manufactured by BIDI Vapor LLC, which also includes the electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS) product Bidi Stick. Yesterday, the company reported its financial results for the Q2 that had ended on April 30, 2023.

The company also provided updates with regard to some of its recent achievements on the corporate front. The announcement also led to frenetic trading in the Kaival Brands Innovations Group stock as the trading volume went up 9x its 60-day volume. The stock rallied strongly as well and ended up with gains of as much as 12.96% on Wednesday.

The company revealed that during the second quarter, it had worked hard on acquiring new and large-sized retail accounts for its BIDI Stick distribution business segment. It was further noted that although the larger accounts may take some time to open, these accounts stay on for a longer period once they are on board.

Kaival Brands Innovations Group also announced a number of important broker and distribution agreements to expand the reach of the Bidi Stick to bigger retail customers. Yesterday, the company also launched the distribution of Bidi Stick again at more than a thousand Circle K locations.

On March 13, 2023, the company officially launched its VEEBA disposable e-vapor device across the United Kingdom. The product was being distributed by Phillip Morris Products SA, an affiliate of the tobacco giant Phillip Morris International, as per the provisions of a licensing agreement with Kaival Brands Innovations Group.

The company believes income would be generated in terms of royalties due to the agreement. The company brought in revenues of $3 million for the quarter, which was lower than its initial projections.