After months of back and forth with cannabis-infused products makers and MJ trade associations, the Washington state Liquor and Cannabis Board approved new packaging, labeling and product design regulations for edibles. The rules: Designate approved colors and shapes for edible products. Specify approved font, background and accent colors for edible packaging and labeling. Provide guidelines […]Read More
There has been a flurry of business activity this year by several multibillion-dollar companies in the alcohol and tobacco space looking to capitalize on opportunities in legal marijuana.Read More
Denver-based Dixie Brands reported a net loss of $2.4 million in its fiscal third quarter, even though revenues more than doubled.Read More
Mainstream industry brands have long contended with product knockoffs ranging from North Face jackets to Rolex watches. Now the problem is increasingly appearing in the marijuana industry – with vaporizer cartridges a key target. The issue can be a major headache for targeted companies. Counterfeiting can result in lost sales and downward pressure on the […]Read More
Cronos Group – the Ontario, Canada-based cannabis multinational – confirmed it is engaged in discussions with tobacco giant Altria Group about a “potential investment” by the company that produces Marlboro cigarettes.Read More
Ontario-based 48North is laying the groundwork for what would be Canada’s first large-scale outdoor marijuana crop under the Cannabis Act this spring, pending required permits from Health Canada. “With Health Canada’s permission and approval, we’ll be doing a very large outdoor grow for 2019,” co-CEO Jeanette VanderMarel told Marijuana Business Daily. “I’m hoping it’s in […]Read More
Hotly anticipated draft regulations to allow legal sales of cannabis edibles and concentrates in Canada are expected to be released before Christmas, according to sources, paving the way for a new wave of businesses and entrepreneurs aiming to capitalize on the country’s recreational marijuana industry. Edibles sales will begin next year, opening a potentially huge […]Read More
Denver-based Dixie Brands began trading Thursday on the Canadian Securities Exchange, joining a rapidly growing list of U.S.-based marijuana firms that have looked north of the border to raise capital to grow and compete. Shares of Dixie – trading under the ticker symbol DIXI.U – opened at 1.05 Canadian dollars (79 cents). The move follows the […]Read More
Many marijuana and terpene enthusiasts believe the unique effects of individual plants are the result of different cannabinoids – most notably THC – working in concert with other cannabinoids and terpenes. They call it the “entourage effect,” and some cannabis businesses have increasingly paid attention to it as a unique way to market and sell […]Read More
The annual MJBizCon that began Wednesday is again setting record numbers for attendance and exhibitors, mirroring the marijuana industry’s explosive growth and its bullish prospects after voters approved three new cannabis markets worth up to $2 billion. Roughly 25,000 marijuana industry professionals, investors and entrepreneurs are expected to attend the three-day conference at the Las […]Read More
Which extraction method is best for your cannabis company:
The answer simply comes down to what your company hopes to accomplish.
It wouldn’t be fall without pumpkin spice, winter without peppermint, spring without strawberries or summer without lemonade.
Marijuana-infused product manufacturers know this, and they’re capitalizing on popular demand among consumers to shake up their product lines with seasonal or limited-release products.Read More
- May 22, 2019
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