Consumers Won’t See Cannabis Edibles, Extracts, and Topicals Until Mid-December – LPC Cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals became legal in Canada on October 17, 2019. But you won’t be seeing them on the shelves anytime soon. The federal government requires companies to file notice with Health Canada 60 days prior to selling. No reasons were…

  Questions Swirl, but Will the Hint of Vaping Illness Dampen Sales in December? – LPC Nobody yet knows what’s causing the wave of vaping illness in the US that has resulted in five deaths. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that, “no one device, product or substance has been linked to…

Consumers Prefer Cannabis Vape Pens while Companies Enjoy Huge Markups – LPC One area that isn’t talked about much in the media with the coming cannabis edibles legalization is cannabis vape pens. Some industry experts say cannabis vaping will be the next growth market for cannabis. Recent business deals seem to back those predictions up.…

Cronos Focuses Efforts on Cannabis Vaping versus Edibles – LPC When cannabis edibles legalization happens later in 2019, another form will also be legalized: cannabis vaping. That’s because the sale of cannabis extract, which will be the main ingredient in cannabis vaping, will be legalized too. According to Mike Gorenstein, CEO of Cronos Group Inc.,…