The move signifies an absolute normalization of the industry no matter how much regulatory choppy water still lies ahead in Europe.
After a hard-fought battle lobbying for legislative change, the Arizona market is on track to begin requiring compliance testing for cannabis products in November. Scottsdale-based C4 Labs is ready with their new ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation and expanded sample capacity.
This new curveball the DEA threw at the cannabis industry muddies the waters significantly. The DEA believes that, should the THC content exceed 0.3% THC at any point during the extraction process, processors will be considered to be in possession of a Schedule I controlled substance.
Outdoor cannabis crops aren’t covered by traditional crop insurance. But in a hardening property insurance market, a world of climate change and shifting weather patterns, growers are looking for a way to mitigate their risk. Parametric insurance may be your best bet.
The Metrc seed-to-sale software system was awarded the state contract for the market. They expect to launch it in February 2021.
The Vermont Senate voted to pass a bill that would legalize, regulate and tax cannabis sales. The Governor has not said if he will sign the bill into law.
Almost a year ago, a mysterious vaping-related lung illness affected consumers in the 2019 vaping crisis, resulting in thousands of hospitalizations, a number of lawsuits and even 68 fatalities. This week, the first of those lawsuits was dismissed.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, the cannabis industry has emerged as quite the resilient market. While continuing to adapt through supply chain disruptions and funding issues, the future looks bright with ample opportunities for growth.
From tagging hundreds of clones to automated inventory tracking and cannabinoid profiles, barcode labeling can be a useful tool throughout the cannabis supply chain.