Wayland Group (formerly Maricann) is establishing itself in Europe and beyond with a focus on cannatech.
Phenova is A2LA’s first ISO/IEC 17043 accredited proficiency testing provider for the cannabis industry.
In this op-ed, Kelly O’Connor says nefarious lab practices are still wreaking havoc on the Oregon market.
Canadian recreational legalization in late October may come to be seen as the highlight of the cannabis year, but in Europe, the fourth quarter tops off quite an amazing 2018 too.
The country wants to put itself on the map as the recreational “icebreaker” of Europe per comments of a leading consumer rights group.
Representatives from the leading accreditation bodies met for a panel at the Food Safety Consortium where they discussed the new ISO standard, the future of the cannabis lab industry and certifications for food safety and quality.
The cultivation bid has already been stalled in federal court once and Round II is shaping up to be just as fractious. Is there any end to the drama in sight?
Starting January 1, California’s cannabis operators must adhere to strict compliance guidelines that include oversight by the state’s new track-and-trace system, Metrc. Failure to do so puts businesses at risk of criminal liabilities and has the potential to invite federal prosecution.
Massachusetts gave the green light to dispensaries last week, opening up the first recreational cannabis market on the East Coast.
Patients can now get medical cannabis by prescription in the UK. But what does a Schedule II prescription issuance really mean? A few lessons from Germany and other places…