Monday, November 28, 2022

Cannabusiness

Why Cannabis Beverages Are Not Yet Quenching Their Share Of The Market

There is lots of momentum, plenty of buzz and all the necessary tools for cannabis beverages to make a huge splash in the cannabis market pool.

Will New York Be Able To Control Its Underground Market?

Illicit and gray-market sales are already prevalent in the state.

Green Wednesday: Here’s What A New Survey Reveals About Cannabis Shopping Trends

The survey revealed that 90% of marijuana consumers intended to purchase as much bud for the 2022 holidays as they did last year.

Are Bad Actors In Cannabis On The Decline?

Headline-making cases might not tell the whole story.

Germany’s First Cannabis Start-Up Lists On Frankfurt Stock Exchange Ahead Of Legalization

The new entrant debuted at €6.48 per share, achieving a valuation of €86.6 million euros.

Psychedelics Industry Full-Steam Ahead, While Cannabis Sputters — Here’s Why

Investment and research in psychedelics gains ground.

Judge Puts New York Dispensary Licenses On Pause On Dormant Commerce Clause Grounds

New York regulators have made it a priority to issue CAURD licenses before the end of the year.

This State Is On Track To Beat Its $1.3 Billion Record Sales Year

Nearly one-third of adult-use sales are to people from outside the state.

Looks Like New York Marijuana Dispensaries Will Open Soon — Here’s Why Some Industry Owners Aren’t Stoked

Marijuana regulators in New York have long mentioned the end of the year as the time when legal dispensaries would be up and running.

Legal Or Illicit Market? Here’s What Determines Where Consumers Get Their Weed

Researchers surveyed a cohort of more than 11,000 marijuana consumers in the US and Canada.

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