A ban on gummy bears and other edible marijuana products shaped like animals, people and fruit takes effect this month in Colorado – a change aimed at decreasing the likelihood small children will mistake them for a favorite treat.
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When it comes to edibles, ovens and crock pots cook cannabis pretty inconsistently, wasting weed and lowering the quality. With this in mind, entrepreneur Shanel Lindsay created her own science-savvy device that perfectly cooks pot every time you use it, leaving you ready to sprinkle it on your favorite foods in just one hour.
Arizona’s attorney general is suing Insys Therapeutics over its marketing of the fentanyl opioid spray, Subsys, and that news caused the company’s shares to tumble 18.5% in August, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence.
KPIX 5’s Susie Steimle explains how one California company is changing the way pot dispensaries are keeping their product fresh.
As California’s medical marijuana industry has grown to an $800 million dollar business, one company is hoping to take advantage of that by delivery the product directly to the customer.
Though there are a number of direct players in the industry, some of the most surprising growth can be seen in emerging industry players. One such name is Scotts Miracle-Gro.
Since then the industry has exploded, and the number of cannabusinesses to go public have soared. Here are five cannabis stocks worth watching this week.
Watch Bradley Orr, CEO of Stratos, and Michael Katz, CEO of Evoxe, talk about processing and manufacturing cannabis at the World of Cannabis in Las Vegas.
BOULDER, Colo., April 24, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Wana Brands has united its top selling sour gummies with CBD, a consumer favorite, for its latest line extension CBD Specific Gummies.
In this World of Cannabis Interview, watch Caroline Cahill, Managing Editor of MJINews.com, interview Jarrod Smith, CEO of Rolling Paper Depot.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, Feb. 10, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — This release is a clarification of onsite consumption of marijuana products per the Marijuana Control Board’s meeting February 2.
Cannabis and ecommerce would complement one another like seed and soil, if only federal law would allow it.
Forward-thinking investors are already plotting seven-figure weed windfalls with the top pot stocks from every ecosystem. You see, there’s more to the marijuana industry than just selling cannabis. There are a lot of ways to profit from legal recreational and medical marijuana sales.
Marijuana sales has the potential to greatly add to government’s treasury as well, and it will be immensely helpful in medical fields. Nowadays, it is also easier for banks for provide services for legal marijuana businesses.
Why do cultivators of state-legal cannabis test their product? The question may sound naïve but, as we’ll see, it is worth asking.
On Feb. 8, 2016, the Oregon Department of Agriculture announced the sale stoppage and removal of Guardian, a pesticide product used by some of the state’s cannabis growers.
In honor of closing out its first year in the legal cannabis industry, New Frontier has a special holiday offer for readers of MJINews.
Tradiv.com announced on Thursday that it had completed its $1 million seed-stage round of funding. The round was led by investors TL Partners, Poseidon Asset Management, and Anslinger Capital. After pitching to the ArcView Group’s Investor Network, Tradiv was approached by investors who like the online, wholesale, B2B marketplace idea.
With legalization happening on a state-by-stay basis and no overarching regulatory agency to devise and implement national standards for labeling, the torch has to be picked up by manufacturers.
The novelty of buying a cannabis product has worn off, and in order for companies to eventually gain equity in the industry, they must create and maintain a brand identity that will gain the attention and trust of consumers.
As national brands begin to emerge in this burgeoning industry, issues such as product consistency begin to arise in the supply chain.
Weekly CannaBit for the Week of Sept. 7, 2015: Monthly medical marijuana sales have risen steadily in Arizona, from 36,035 ounces in January 2015 to 54, 353 ounces in July.
Here are the top five reasons why the ability to create a non-combustible formulation that provides patients with reliable dosage control is a true game-changer for the medical cannabis industry.
Applying traditional marketing techniques in the emerging cannabis industry makes some new business owners cringe. In a marketplace that evolved quickly and is accustomed to relying on word-of-mouth as a primary marketing strategy, tactical brand building can seem daunting.
In trying to win support to end the United States’ 70-year prohibition of cannabis, legislators across the country, particularly in the east, have enacted stringent laws and regulations to control the growing, production and distribution of the medicine.
With the addition of Oregon to the list of states to legalize marijuana, Washington faces some unique challenges and competition from their southern neighbors.