Canada unveiled final regulations Friday that will enable the sale of cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals later this year, unlocking what is forecast to be a multibillion-dollar federally regulated industry. Businesses expect to start shipping a limited selection of new products in December after the rules take effect Oct. 17. A wider selection will not be available […]Read More
One way to entice new customers and keep loyal consumers interested is to shake up your marijuana-infused product line.
But where does one start?
Consistently dosed, marijuana-infused food and beverage products with inventive flavor profiles certainly will prove beneficial, according to manufacturers.Read More
Nevada legislators passed a bill to create a board that will oversee the state’s legal marijuana industry. The Cannabis Compliance Board will be tasked with establishing requirements for marijuana delivery services and studying MJ consumption lounges. Here’s what you need to know: The board would be barred from legalizing and licensing lounges. The bill prohibits a […]Read More
The Oklahoma health department will begin inspecting manufacturers and dispensaries that produce or sell food and beverage products infused with CBD and medical marijuana. Those businesses are required to have food licenses and the grace period for getting them has passed, health officials told Oklahoma City TV station KFOR. To read more about the department’s […]Read More
The New Jersey Senate voted 33-4 on Thursday to advance a bill that would boost medical marijuana sales and create new business opportunities in the state. Before the vote, the Senate amended Assembly Bill 10 to allow marijuana workers to join unions. Now, the measure will go back to the Assembly for a vote to […]Read More
The Arizona Supreme Court handed the state’s medical cannabis industry a significant legal win this week by ruling that extracts – including concentrates, edibles and other infused products – are legal. So, do licensed medical marijuana businesses expect an immediate shift in day-to-day business operations now they can legally sell the products? “We’ve been selling extracts […]Read More
The Arizona Supreme Court unanimously ruled that cannabis extracts – including concentrates, vaporizer cartridges and infused food and beverages – are legal and the state’s medical marijuana dispensaries can sell them. In doing so, the court handed a win to the state’s booming medical marijuana industry. Some Arizona retail shop owners and marijuana product manufacturers feared the […]Read More
Here are some notable stories and events to watch for in the coming days: FDA TACKLES CANNABINOIDS: The cannabis industry notches an important federal first this week when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) starts work on how it should regulate cannabinoids in food, drinks and nutritional supplements. The agency has long maintained that […]Read More
Makers of marijuana-infused products can set competitive prices for their edibles, beverages, tinctures, topicals, capsules or sublinguals by looking at the average price per milligram of THC in those products in various markets. Data that shows the average price per milligram of THC can provide some insight into what consumers are willing to pay for […]Read More
Cannabis-infused edibles, concentrates and vape cartridges are expected to hit dispensaries in Arkansas sometime in the next several days, and the rules for the products are similar to those in other medical and adult-use marijuana markets. Robert Lercher, a spokesman for Bold Team, a licensed producer/processor, says it intends to have those products available by […]Read More
Ohio medical marijuana retail shops began selling cannabis-infused gummy products last week, but supply has been limited and at least one dispensary sold out within days of receiving its shipment. Only two marijuana product manufacturers currently operate in the Buckeye State, which means MMJ edibles are not yet widely available, The (Cincinnati) Enquirer reported. The […]Read More
Maryland has legalized the sale of edible medical marijuana products, which likely will provide a substantial revenue boost to MMJ businesses in the fast-growing market. It would also open new business opportunities for edibles manufacturers. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, signed the provision into law on Monday, along with a marijuana-related, antitrust bill. State lawmakers […]Read More
- June 4, 2019
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