The number of licensed infused cannabis product manufacturers in Colorado has exploded in recent years, state records show.
The surge reflects Colorado's lack of business license caps, a resulting oversupply of marijuana, and retailers and growers diversifying into new products to boost margins in one of the nation's most competitive cannabis markets.
All edible marijuana products sold in Washington state must now carry a warning on the label notifying consumers they are “not for kids.”
The state requirement, which took effect Tuesday for marijuana-infused foods and soft drinks, consists of a red hand, the written warning and the Washington Poison Center’s telephone number, The News Tribune of Tacoma …
The Green Solution, a large retail marijuana chain in Colorado, wanted a foothold in Canada’s expected recreational cannabis market. OrganiGram, among the growing number of federally licensed Canadian growers, needed know-how and a name.
And so was born a partnership indicative of the growing synergy between the U.S. and Canadian cannabis industries.
The giant beverage company that owns Corona beer and Svedka vodka is considering entering the cannabis industry via MJ-laced libations, a sign that other big players in the alcohol business may eye cannabis as an opportunity rather than a threat.
Constellation Brands CEO Rob Sands confirmed in an interview with Bloomberg that his corporation is …
The cannabis industry scored a landslide victory Tuesday as four states legalized recreational marijuana and another three approved medical use, cementing the 2016 election’s place in the history books.
The developments could lead to $7 billion-$8 billion in additional annual retail cannabis sales, according to Marijuana Business Daily’s preliminary estimates.