Over the last 6 months, raising capital in the cannabis market has been a lot like raising capital to buy condos during the depths of the recession.
Retailers should not be allowed to be within 2,000 feet of a playground, daycare, school, place of worship, or statue of any historical figure.
With its massive network, Cumberland Farms apparently wants to sell more alcoholic beverages and has successfully placed a question on the 2020 ballot that could lift the state’s cap on the number of liquor licenses that can be owned by a single retailer, and also forge a new class of beer and wine license for food stores
"It’s much harder than you think, and it’s important to know the science behind infusions so you don’t create a negative experience for your guests."
As for the sensation, it really is a microscopic mist, and you can feel it seeping into all of that impressionable real estate in the back of your throat and under your tongue.
Because of the current state law, such beverages can’t be sold at rec dispensaries, and won’t be available any time soon.
Here are some quick notes on some of the great initiatives and products we encountered, along with tidbits on what we learned from our interaction with their spokespeople and owners.
Iconic cannabis businessman points to hemp, gives Mass rec rollout relatively good grades