Some courts have ruled against cannabis companies vertically integrating across retail, cultivation, manufacturing and distribution and retail operations.
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- Does vertical integration streamline cannabis operations?
- Will universal cannabis standards, processes and dosages speed up legalization?
- Will hemp pre-rolls affect tobacco cigarette sales in Michigan like they did in Switzerland?
What can the Feds leverage (think investment in infrastructure) to establish uniform state cannabis standards?
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- Republicans and Democrats agree that U.S. marijuana laws are a mess.
- Florida’s medical marijuana rules are unconstitutional, according to the 1st District Court of Appeal.
- Six months after Canada legalized adult-use coast-to-coast, high prices and supply issues have encouraged the growth of the illicit MJ market.
- Thailand’s first batch of medicinal cannabis is ready for roll out.
VERTICALLY INTEGRATED? BRING IN AN EXPERT FOR PRECISE HUMIDITY CONTROL
Opponents of vertically integrating cannabis operations believe licensees might lack the technical knowledge to produce safe product and preserve that cannabis throughout the supply chain. In the burgeoning cannabis industry, smart companies turn to complementary cannabis businesses to provide that expertise.
To automate and precisely manage humidity control from curing through to packaging, more cannabis processors employ humidity control products, like Boveda. Boveda 2-way humidity control prevents evaporation of terpenes and moisture to preserve potency and experience. And Boveda maintains a precise relative humidity (RH) level that inhibits mold and microbe growth.
Plus, well-hydrated flower retains its value, which means greater profits for cannabis companies.