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Fri
06
May

Copperstate Farms introduces new cannabis brand Jukebox

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Jukebox will replace the Copperstate cartridge line and expand the product suite to include cartridges, pre-rolls, edibles and pre-packed flower.

Thu
05
May

Moodedibles is bringing hemp-based bites directly to your neighborhood

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If you’re looking for more than a sugar rush from a baked good, Holly Teegarden’s business might be your new favorite sweet spot.

She runs Moodedibles, an online bakery specializing in hemp-derived edibles that will soon be popping up around Pittsburgh.

Inside a small commissary kitchen in Sewickley, the treats are made with CBD, Delta-8 THC and other minor cannabinoids that reportedly offer therapeutic, non-intoxicating benefits.

By June, her food trailer will be showing up around town, dispensing information along with goodies. It is already booked for the second and fourth Saturdays at the Terminal in the Strip District.

Teegarden says she’s not in the business of getting people messed up.

Thu
05
May

Legal cannabis sales exceed Starbucks N. America sales in 2021

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Legal adult use and medical cannabis sales in 2021 topped $24.5 billion, which outpaced the North American sales total of $20.5 billion for Starbucks Corp. SBUX, -1.38%, according to the MJBiz Factbook released Wednesday.

Revenue growth of 30% in the cannabis business also outpaced the 25% growth by Starbucks, the study said. Cannabis sales managed the total with legal business in 39 states and the District of Columbia, compared to sales in all 50 states for Starbucks. By contrast 2021 U.S. cigarettes sales totaled $52.8 billion and global opioid sales amounted to $23.2 billion in 2021. The AdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF MSOS, -1.35% is down 2.5% on Wednesday and has lost 43.4% so far in 2022, compared to a 20.6% drop by the Nasdaq COMP, -1.43%.

Thu
05
May

Cannabis industry stakeholders urged to address social and environmental challenges

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New Frontier Data highlights the importance of ESG principles as global economy takes shape

New Frontier Data, the premier data, analytics and technology firm specializing in the global cannabis industry, in its latest report, highlights the imperative for leaders in the emerging global cannabis industry to adopt a robust Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) framework. The report will be released at Regenerative Cannabis Live: Sustainable Development for and by the Cannabis & Hemp Industry, a one-day event hosted by Regennabis at the United Nations in New York City on May 5, 2022.

Thu
05
May

What’s the best place to buy CBD flower?

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Now, Oregon is perhaps most notably known for its artisanal craft cannabis and CBD offerings.

A state with a long history of relaxed cannabis laws, Oregon is where many of the most important political and social events in American hemp history have occurred. Interestingly, Oregon has decriminalized cannabis twice, first in the late 1970s, then in 1998. Moreover, in 2008, Oregon was the second state to enact a Medical Marijuana Program.

Oregon’s fertile farmlands, pristine water sources, ideal climate, and deep-rooted counterculture, propelled it to its preeminent position both figuratively and geographically atop Northern California’s Emerald Triangle.

Thu
05
May

Malawi joins Zimbabwe in switching from cultivating tobacco to cannabis

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Malawi has just followed Zimbabwe in reaffirming an intended agricultural switch from tobacco to cannabis. Both countries are doing so for economic survival as the long-term viability of tobacco is giving way to another crop entirely.

Tue
03
May

Medical marijuana industry booming in Florida in last two years

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As in other states that have legalized medical marijuana, Florida has seen a huge increase in doctors, users and dispensary businesses in the last few years, thanks in part to the COVID-10 pandemic.

‚ÄúCannabis is one of the few industries in the world that grew during the pandemic,‚ÄĚ Javier Hasse, of Benzinga, which tracks business trends, told the South Florida Sun Sentinel last week.

‚ÄúHome deliveries and the fact that it was declared essential in the U.S. really helped, but deep down people were looking for something to deal with stress,‚ÄĚ he said.

Tue
03
May

CBD of Denver expands into Europe's largest cannabis market

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CBD of Denver, Inc. (OTC Pink: CBDD), a distributor of CBD and unique CBD products sold in Switzerland and throughout Europe, is pleased to announce its expansion into the German medical cannabis market with the hiring of Bijan Hezarkhani to lead CBD of Denver's growth in this fast growing European market. Bijan has extensive experience in the cannabis industry, including building out a medical cannabis franchise in Germany. He was the business development manager for Khiron Life Sciences for the last three years, visiting doctors and pharmacies in Germany to build Khiron's medical cannabis business. Previously, he spent time at Canopy Growth as a business analyst covering Europe.

Mon
02
May

Amid federal delays, can marijuana companies break their slump?

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Is pot in a ‚Äėregulatory recession‚Äô?

More U.S. states are headed toward allowing the sale of recreational cannabis, including New Jersey this month, giving some analysts hope that the swoon hitting publicly traded pot companies may come to an end. 

It‚Äôs been quite a rut. The shares of¬†Curaleaf Holdings, Green Thumb Industries and¬†Trulieve Cannabis¬†have plummeted more than 30% this year ‚ÄĒ much worse than the declines posted by benchmark indexes¬†such as the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average. Much of cannabis companies‚Äô slide¬†is due to the failure of reforms that investors had hoped for to materialize so far under U.S. President Joe Biden.

Fri
29
Apr

How much did New Jerseyans spend on first day of cannabis sales? Yes, there was enough weed for everyone

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Last week New Jersey kicked off long-awaited recreational cannabis sales.

On the first day of sales, April 21, over 12,000 customers spent nearly $2 million for cannabis, according to NJ's Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC). (Benzinga)

Some worried about the availability of cannabis for both the recreational and medical markets, but there was plenty to go around. The MMJ supply remained strong, with 64,000 ounces of products sold to patients and their caregivers over the past month.

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