Trying to navigate the recreational market of cannabis concentrates has proven difficult even for experienced consumers. This article will explain the evolution in cannabis extraction technologies, the major methods defining extraction techniques, and give an insider’s perspective of the finest cannabis extracts available today.
This complimentary virtual conference consists of 4 back-to-back webinars, all on the same day. Hear from experts as they discuss food science in cannabis, food safety culture, HACCP and GMPs, and an overview of the Canadian edibles market.
State regulations shouldn’t be the reason why infused products manufacturers have robust safety and quality standards, consumer safety is. Getting ahead of regulations with proactive safety and quality planning can improve a business’s bottom line tremendously. There are a number of tools and tricks cannabis companies can learn from the food industry to streamline their businesses and gain a bigger chunk of the market share.
Information economics has existed for decades and drives much of how products, including cannabis, are marketed and purchased. Understanding different product attributes is key to setting up a sustainable cannabis product, corporation, and industry.
From consolidation to maturation: find out what Melissa Kuipers Blake thinks will be the biggest trends for the cannabis industry this year.
Taxes can give everybody a headache, but perhaps nobody’s tax headaches are bigger than in the cannabis industry. That’s because, when filing their taxes, plant-touching businesses must adhere to the Byzantine regulation of Internal Revenue Code Section 280E.
This 4-hour training program is divided into TWO SESSIONS taking place on April 8 and April 22. Many people know about nonconformances, many know about CAPAs, but not that many know about how a nonconformance LEADS to a CAPA. Attendees will gain knowledge as to a more standardized way of recording, investigating, and resolving nonconformances, as well as use the recorded data to more effectively communicate tracking and trending of issues.
Join us in Boston for NCIA’s inaugural Northeast Cannabis Business Conference on February 19-20, 2020!
NCIA’s inaugural Northeast Cannabis Business Conference convenes 3,500+ industry experts and professionals to learn about emerging regional-specific regulations, market trends, and advocacy efforts at the East Coast’s only true B2B cannabis trade show. Explore emerging business opportunities, expand your East Coast network and engage with the latest regional insights.
The primary goal of a Preventative Environmental Monitioring (PEM) program is to detect a contaminant before it reaches a surface that touches the product or the product itself. Remember that this is not a one-size-fits-all approach to safety; each facility has its own unique set of hazards and control points.
The market in Canada is rapidly expanding to include a number of new types of products. With the recreational market expanding, however, comes a host of new regulations producers need to comply with.
Cannabis concentrates are one of the fastest growing segments of the cannabis industry. This article explores best practices for cannabis cultivators looking to produce safe and high- quality cannabis concentrates.