Canadian marijuana cultivator Flower One Holdings agreed to purchase a Nevada cannabis cultivation business for $27 million, expanding the Toronto-based company’s footprint in the Silver State’s rapidly growing MJ industry. With the purchase of 100% of Las Vegas-based NLV Organics, Flower One (Canadian Securities Exchange: FONE) gains a 25,000-square-foot cultivation and production facility in North Las Vegas, […]Read More
Applicants for marijuana social consumption licenses across the United States are betting that consumers will want to patronize a public venue where they can consume cannabis with other users.
Entrepreneurs who pursue this new niche sector are likely to wager hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their businesses off the ground, according to industry executives.Read More
MJardin has agreed to buy a licensed cannabis cultivation facility in Las Vegas for roughly $22 million in cash and stock, allowing the Denver company to extend its geographic footprint into the Nevada marijuana market. MJardin – which operates cultivation, processing and retail facilities in North America and has an office in Toronto – said […]Read More
CWNevada, one of Nevada’s largest cannabis companies, has been sued for alleged fraud, failure to repay millions of dollars to its lenders and misusing intellectual property. “While local and national media outlets report on the unprecedented success of Nevada’s regulated marijuana market, CWNevada management has managed to run the business into the ground,’’ claimed a […]Read More
Ohio bans CBD sales outside of marijuana stores – which aren’t even open yet – California regulators take legal action against two unlicensed MJ businesses, and the Nevada cannabis market tops half a billion dollars in sales during its first year.
Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the cannabis industry this week.Read More
Nevada’s cannabis industry continues to sizzle, with revenue in the fiscal year ending June 30 totaling $529.9 million overall, including $424.9 million for recreational alone, state officials reported Tuesday. According to the state, marijuana tax revenue for the first full year of adult-use sales totaled $69.8 million – about 140% of expectations – with the […]Read More
Nevada regulators and industry insiders say the state’s first year of broad cannabis legalization exceeded even their highest estimations, with sales and tax collections already surpassing year-end projections by 25%. Numbers from June are still outstanding, but they are expected to push taxable sales past $500 million, netting total tax revenue in the neighborhood of […]Read More
Nevada’s Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) released a redesigned symbol that edibles producers are required to stamp or mold on every single-serving marijuana edible product by Jan. 1 of next year. It is the second iteration of the symbol. It features the letters THC and an exclamation point inside a triangle. The first – featuring an […]Read More
Defying trends in other recreational markets across the United States, wholesale cannabis prices in Nevada continue to rise a year after adult-use sales began.
Looking ahead, there are few signs prices will fall anytime soon.Read More
Marijuana branding company Green Growth Brands is charting a path to grow in the United States and Canada through two deals totaling $74 million.Read More
Worried about the fallout from marijuana that doesn’t meet state requirements?
Simply taking preventive measures such as investments in infrastructure and increased vigilance in cultivation operations can help growers stave off costly catastrophes.Read More
Canada-based C21 Investments is expanding into the Nevada marijuana market through an acquisition of Silver State Relief and Silver State Cultivation, a deal that’s valued at more than $50 million. The investment, announced in a news release Monday, is the second move by C21 in what is expected to be a wave of Canadian acquisitions of […]Read More
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