Florida-based Kaycha Labs said it added laboratories in three U.S. states, bringing the total number of facilities its network to nine. Kaycha said it acquired Evio Labs in Medford, Oregon; signed an agreement to acquire DB Labs, Clark County, Nevada; and received a provisional license to open and operate a lab in Natick, Massachusetts. Other labs are in California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
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