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14
Oct
2020

There Is No McDonald’s Of Marijuana: Why Cannabis Companies Get This Wrong, And What Might Actually Work.

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By Chris Roberts Despite the best efforts of American capitalism, there is no Coca-Cola or McDonald’s “of marijuana.” And thanks to federal prohibition, there won’t be, at least for a while. And even if there is, standardization just isn’t what most cannabis users want. At least one of the cannabis companies trying to be a national

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15
Jul
2020

Trulieve Bucks the Cannabis Trend

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By DEBRA BORCHARDT Many of the biggest cannabis companies are struggling to stay relevant amidst mountains of debt and slow to grow revenue. Bucking that trend is Trulieve Cannabis Corp.  (TCNNF)  which continues to build a solid foundation and is one of the few in the industry that is consistently profitable. Trulieve is also putting up some

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10
May
2019

Hemp processing plant in Conover to be sold

A CBD-extracting plant in Conover is expected to become part of a Canadian-based health and wellness company that is already a player in the legal cannabis industry. Conover hemp processing plant Sugarleaf Labs LLC will be purchased by Neptune Wellness Solutions this summer, according to a Thursday press release. Sugarleaf’s 24,000-square-foot facility is capable of

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8
May
2019

ISRAELI MEDICINE COMPANY AIMS TO MANUFACTURE CANNABINOID-PRODUCING CELLS

If successful, the cannabis industry would shift from agriculture-based growing into a full 3-D cell culturing platform for growing and expanding cannabinoid-producing cells. Pluristem Therapeutics, best known for developing novel placenta-based cell therapy products, announced May 6 that it has filed a US provisional patent application titled “Methods and Compositions for Producing Cannabinoids,” which covers

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8
May
2019

Can Santa Barbara County become cannabis king? Economist says growing pot offers opportunities

Santa Barbara County could become one of the nation’s leading cannabis sources, providing an opportunity for those already being squeezed out of other crops by competition and costs, based on an economist’s review of issues delivered Tuesday at the North County Economic Summit in Santa Maria. Peter Rupert, executive director of the UCSB Economic Forecast

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