Marijuana Edibles & Infused Products


Week in Review: Louisiana medical marijuana kickoff, Dixie-Arizona Iced Tea team, NM reciprocity & more

Sales begin in the long-delayed Louisiana medical marijuana market, MJ-infused product brand Dixie signs a licensing deal with Arizona Iced Tea’s parent, a New Mexico judge’s ruling could open MMJ sales to out-of-state patients – and more of the week’s top cannabis business news. MMJ sales begin down on the bayou After years of waiting, […]

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Marijuana-infused product brand Dixie inks licensing deal with Arizona Iced Tea maker

Denver-based Dixie Brands, a longtime manufacturer of marijuana-infused products,  reached a licensing deal with Arizona Beverage Co., the firm behind Arizona Iced Tea. Arizona Beverage Co., based in Woodbury, New York, is entering the marijuana-infused beverage and edibles market in the United States and Canada in an effort to make up for lost ground in […]

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Week in Review: US Congress mulls milestone cannabis bills, on-premise MJ edibles moves in Alaska & more

A milestone U.S. marijuana reform bill is introduced in Congress, experts suggest cannabis banking changes at the federal level remain a long shot, Alaska’s capital city approves an ordinance permitting customers to consume cannabis edibles inside licensed retail establishments – and more of the week’s top marijuana business news. Key member of U.S. House introduces sweeping cannabis […]

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Ionic Brands buys Zoots cannabis edibles firm for $11 million

Ionic Brands paid $11 million for longtime marijuana edibles maker Natural Extractions, which does business as Zoots Premium Cannabis Infused Edibles. As part of the stock and cash deal involving two Washington state companies, Zoots’ owners receive $855,000 in cash and more than 9.6 million shares in Ionic Brands, according to a news release. Ionic, with […]

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Lessons learned by Washington state cannabis firms after 5 years of recreational sales

Washington state rolled out the world’s second adult-use marijuana market on July 8, 2014, following closely behind Colorado, which began recreational sales at the start of that year. Over the past five years, Washington state cannabis business owners have persevered through stiff competition, a shifting regulatory landscape and sliding market prices. A study released by the […]

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Chart: Diversification enhances profitability of marijuana product manufacturers – to an extent

Makers of cannabis products are more likely to turn a profit if they offer merchandise across multiple categories – but that profitability declines if a manufacturer produces too many types of goods. For companies offering products across a single category, 27% described their business as profitable compared with roughly 50% of companies offering products across […]

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Week in Review: IL gov signs historic cannabis bill, MA moves on MJ cafes/delivery, new CA vape cartridge symbol rules & more

Illinois’ governor makes his state the first to legalize recreational marijuana through its Legislature, Massachusetts moves forward with cannabis cafes and deliveries, California requires a universal symbol on vape pens, the hemp sector makes big inroads – plus other important news from around the industry. Illinois marks a marijuana first Illinois officially became the first […]

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California cannabis vape cartridges required to include universal symbol

Changes to California’s marijuana packaging regulations will require all vaporizer cartridges to display the state’s version of the industry’s universal symbol, a move that will cause manufacturers to adjust practices and spend considerable money to comply. The symbol is a triangle bordering a marijuana leaf and an exclamation point with CA underneath. CA is California’s […]

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Marijuana Business This Week: Canopy, Acreage shareholders vote, Springfield selects, OK inspects & more

Here are some notable stories and events to watch for in the coming days: DAY OF DECISION: Shareholders of Canopy Growth and Acreage Holdings are scheduled to vote Wednesday on the much-heralded megamerger of the two companies. If consummated, it would become the first major Canadian/U.S. cannabis transaction. Each company’s shareholders will vote separately. At least […]

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‘Massive step for country’ as Canada unveils rules for new cannabis products

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 […]

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