Marijuana Edibles & Infused Products

Maryland lawmakers legalize cannabis edibles for medical market

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 […]

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Labeling error prompts Ohio to stop sales of medical marijuana concentrate

A labeling error involving medical marijuana concentrate spurred Ohio regulators to halt sales of the product at 13 of 15 retail shops. It’s believed to be the first time Ohio officials have stopped sales of a product since the Buckeye State’s MMJ program kicked off in January, The (Cincinnati) Enquirer reported. The targeted product – which […]

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Curaleaf’s $1B buy, cannabis brews, social use progress & more of the week’s top news

Curaleaf is buying Cura Partners for close to $1 billion, Canada’s largest independent brewery takes the cannabis plunge, Colorado and Las Vegas join the social use bandwagon – plus other important news from around the marijuana industry. Billion-dollar baby Massachusetts-based cannabis group Curaleaf is acquiring Cura Partners for 1.27 billion Canadian dollars ($949 million) in […]

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AK regulators ask for public input on changes to on-site cannabis consumption rules

The Alaska Marijuana Control Board voted to seek public comment on tweaks to statewide rules that allow onsite use of marijuana at authorized stores. On-site consumption rules that took effect last month refer to stores in freestanding buildings, consistent with language in a statewide smoke-free workplace law, and include ventilation requirements. The proposed changes would […]

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Moosehead, Sproutly Canada to launch cannabis-infused beverages

Moosehead, the largest fully Canadian-owned brewery, is partnering with Sproutly Canada to make nonalcoholic, cannabis-infused beverages – marking the latest major brewery to make a splash in the marijuana sector. Moosehead and Sproutly entered into a definitive agreement to form a joint venture, with each holding 50% ownership. Sproutly CEO Keith Dolo told Marijuana Business Daily […]

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Canadian firms stockpile marijuana oil ahead of infused market launch

Canadian companies hoping to capitalize on the launch of new cannabis product categories later this year are building up inventories of marijuana oil – the key ingredient for those products – according to the latest data from Health Canada. Finished inventory of cannabis oil reached almost 60,000 liters through February, more than double the 28,000 […]

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Chart of the Week: Colorado 4/20 sales spike higher than other recreational cannabis markets

Despite competing with newer adult-use marijuana markets in other states that also attract swarms of tourists, Colorado’s established recreational cannabis business arena remains a steady retail sales leader on April 20 – the unofficial marijuana holiday known as 4/20. According to data provided by Flowhub, a Denver-based marijuana software company, and Headset, a Seattle-based cannabis […]

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New Mexico governor signs legislation that could boost MMJ sales

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed legislation that makes some notable changes to the state’s medical marijuana law and could boost sales for MMJ businesses, including retailers and manufactures. The state’s health department will have to draft regulations for some of the new rules, according to the New Mexico Political Report. Key changes include: Reciprocity: […]

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Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana patient count tops 100,000

Nearly 102,000 patients in Pennsylvania have received certifications from approved physicians to purchase medical marijuana, good news for the bottom line of the state’s fledgling MMJ businesses. The climb in the patient count has led to 780,000 transactions at Pennsylvania’s licensed dispensaries, according to Gov. Tom Wolf’s office. More patients are awaiting certifications, too, which […]

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