The report published by the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) highlights some current problem areas in the market where practices are less than sustainable and provides some steps for ways the industry can move forward sustainably.
In this op-ed, Serge Chistov provides his take on the election outcomes, some political musings and what to expect from the Biden administration when it comes to federal cannabis reform.
In this series of articles, Aaron green sits down and interviews a number of industry executives leading infused products and edibles companies. In Part 3, Green sits down with Liz Conway, Regional President of Florida at Parallel to hear about her journey into the cannabis industry from the health tech sector, how the Florida cannabis industry works and Parallel’s vertical integration strategy.
Michael Sassano, CEO of Somai Pharmaceuticals, discusses why Americans should be building cannabis companies in Europe, as well as challenges that may arise for American entrepreneurs looking to enter the EU market.
The New Jersey cannabis testing lab announced this week that they have achieved ISO 17025:2017 accreditation and are now DEA-registered.
Germans punt on adult use reform (for now) as the Italians do a 180 on CBD and the French (finally) commit to a medical trial.
With voters in five states approving legalization measures, the momentum behind cannabis legalization is seemingly unstoppable. In the United States, 15 states have now legalized adult use and 36 states have legalized medical cannabis. In this piece, we take a closer look at the election results and its impact on the global cannabis industry.
Five states had cannabis reform on the ballot. All five states approved reform. Here’s how they voted and some details on the initiatives.
With few marketing guidelines in effect, some cannabis producers aim to apply some ethics. In this article, we will take a look at some key elements of ethical advertising in the cannabis industry and explore the Cresco Labs proposal.
In this piece, we take a look at nine new developments coming for the California cannabis market in 2021. From new retail opportunities to the appellations project to market consolidation, there are a number of exciting trends coming in the new year.