Fresh on the heels of another investment from Canopy Rivers, Canapar breaks ground on a Sicilian hemp processing facility said to be “Europe’s largest.”
The company out of Northbrook, Illinois is taking unused, condemned and older buildings and utilizing them for cannabis cultivation and processing facilities.
The company unveiled their latest technology in the world of LED horticulture lighting.
What does this mean for the bid and the price of cannabis in Europe?
Canadian companies like Canopy, Aurora and TGOD continue to establish footprints across Europe.
Their facility in Gainesville, Florida received the GMP certification, indicating that it now meets Florida’s regulatory requirements for producing medical cannabis products.
The Ontario-based Beleave Kannabis Corporation received the ISO certification “for the research, development, and production of cannabis products for medicinal and recreational purposes.”
Israel’s cabinet finally approved the much heralded, long pushed and politically delayed cannabis export law.
An innovative Swiss start-up began working with a U.S.-based partner to bring hemp-based wellness products and even pharmaceuticals to EU markets
Lesotho, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Malawi may very well be leading cannabis reform throughout the continent.