There has been an explosion of interest in THCV recently, as well as a number of other uncommon cannabinoids. There will be big winners and losers in rare cannabinoid markets, but at the end of the day, the highest quality and lowest cost producers will capture most of these markets.
A Track-n-Trace Nightmare: In this piece, Millard takes the reader step-by-step through a d9-THC remediation process, highlighting the need for a robust track-n-trace program for “hemp extracts.”
In this three-part series, cannabis lawyer and compliance expert Todd Feldman takes a look at how laws shape California’s supply chain, constrains business practices and affects the cost of doing business. In Part Two, we take a look at how regulation defines vertical integration in California.
While the cannabis legalization story in Canada has had its bumps, the clear path forward for greater legal market success lies in increased support for micro-cultivators. By increasing support for these small-scale producers to navigate regulatory requirements, more will be able to enter the legal market and actually compete against their illicit counterparts.
In this article Aaron Green sits down and interviews Mike McDonald, President and CEO at Ammonite, to learn more about their Dablicator™ oil applicator and Ammonite’s hardware platform strategy.
Cannabis businesses know that compliance with state regulations are critical to surviving, but overlook the benefits of a quality management system that can allow them to thrive.
Ensuring accountability across the supply chain means selectively choosing partners who share the same values of integrity and professionalism. Compliance affects most everyone in the supply chain and the loss of any operator hurts the entire industry.
American portrait photographer Richard Avedon famously declared that art is “about control,” describing the artistic process as “the encounter between control and the uncontrollable.” The same can be said for beer making and cannabis extraction. The more precisely you can control variables, the more options you’ll have for yourself and your customers.
From the use of supercritical carbon dioxide as a solvent, to unique product offerings like live resin or isolates, there have been a lot of advancements in the field of cannabis extraction. The growth of this market segment represents the maturation, development and overall sophistication of the cannabis industry as time goes on.
The Cannabis Safety & Quality Certification program, launched by ASI in 2020, just welcomed QIMA/WQS as their newest licensed certification body.