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StaffJanuary 31, 2022
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Professional services company MGO has released its 2022 Cannabis 50 report.  The Cannabis 50 2021 Impact Review honors the businesses, investors, advocates, and organizations that made a positive impact on the cannabis and hemp industries in 2021.

The company’s 50 honorees are organized into five core areas:
Doing Well: Entrepreneurs and organizations expanding financial, operational, and environmental horizons.
Doing Good: Nonprofits, activists, and others undoing social harms, advocating through reform, supporting sustainability, and providing equitable opportunity.
Money Talks: Investors, lobbyists, and others opening the avenues of capital fueling an emerging industry.
Knowledge is Power: Researchers, educators, and others raising awareness and sharing the benefits of cannabis.
All the Lights: Athletes, entertainers, and influencers mainstreaming cannabis culture and giving back to the community.

Green Market Report is included this year in the Money Talks section and was so stoked to be associated with such a fine group of people.

Kevin O’Connell, CEO of MGO LLP said in the report, “It has been said that change is the only constant in life. 2021 is a reminder that the quote could read “…change is the only constant in the  cannabis and hemp industry.” Always on an upwards trajectory, but not without disruption. There were disappointments for some, such as federal legalization and banking reform failing to advance, and cannabis’s unchanging rank as a Schedule 1 drug. Although only one new state legalized cannabis in some form in 2021, five others transitioned from a medical-only regime to adult use, meaning approximately 44% of adults of the U.S. population are now living in jurisdictions that have legalized recreational cannabis. At the date of publication, the industry is estimated to employ more than 300,000 people in the U.S., not including secondary hires in the industries and professions that support the cannabis industry. The year also saw progress on issues of social justice and sustainability, and while the industry is to be lauded for its greater focus than most others on these topics, 2021 drove home the challenges and importance of continuing to move from word to deed. Finally, one word that could define 2021 is consolidation. The industry saw record M&A volumes, including more international activity and a transaction centered around the industry’s first FDA-approved drug. In this new year, all signs point to more of the same when it comes to consolidation in an industry where rapidly changing markets are the norm.”


StaffJanuary 31, 2022
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While many in the cannabis industry are content to coast until April, 20, there are several days during the first quarter that cause cannabis sales to get sparked up. The team at cannabis data provider Surfside pulled together some statistics on the hottest sales days for cannabis during the first quarter.

Blaise Lucey, VP of Marketing at Surfside said, “Seasonality plays a key role when it comes to cannabis sales. While every dispensary and cannabis brand knows that 4/20 is a big opportunity to connect with cannabis consumers, our analysis shows that there are many other events and holidays when cannabis consumers are most likely to be in the market to buy. Cannabis businesses that create relevant ad creative, campaigns and offers that reflect seasonal trends and real-time consumer needs are the most likely to break through the noise and drive new business during these peak sales days.”

 

Surfside - Cannabis and Chill 2022


StaffJanuary 27, 2022
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for January 27, 2022.

On The Site

Cybin

Since opening its doors in 2019, Cybin, Inc., (NYSE: CYBN) based in Toronto, Ontario Canada has been on a mission to build a business in novel drug discovery (focusing on psilocybin and DMT), drug delivery systems, and treatment. It’s been on a fast track to make good on that mission. 

The company was the first psychedelics companies to be traded on the NYSE; it consistently makes business and stock watcher’s lists as one of the top psychedelics companies to watch; and it has 15 patent filings covering a wide range of novel psychedelic compounds from different classes, including targeted structural modifications to improve the drug pharmacokinetic characteristics and safety profiles without altering receptor binding. 

BC Craft

BC Craft Supply Co. Ltd., (CSE: CRFT) (OTC: CRFTF) live to see another day after declaring bankruptcy earlier this week. The Canadian cannabis company filed filed a Notice of Intention on January 25th to make a Proposal under the Bankruptcy & Insolvency Act. The company remained open while it sought to restructure its debts. Now it seems Avro Capital Corp. has stepped up to provide an interim financing facility which was approved by the Supreme Court of British Columbia.

Delivery

The Covid pandemic has been impacting our economy in so many ways for such a while now that it’s hard to parse which marketplace developments are driven by a climate of uncertainty and crisis versus a myriad of other factors. Online ordering and delivery, which was already gaining ground as a popular mode of consumerism pre-pandemic, received a massive boost in popularity from the endless restrictions that Covid-19 has placed on our daily lives. But delivery’s spiking popularity is not solely due to attempts at avoiding Covid infection. Meadow co-founder David Hua, who notes that retail cannabis deliveries went up 50% in 2021 from 2020, anticipates that the continued growth of this trend will see ongoing benefits beyond staying Covid-free. These include heightened delivery times and expanded access to a greater range of offerings for consumers, while businesses can expect to see increases in the size of their customer base and boosted sales.

Jushi

Jushi Holdings Inc.  (CSE: JUSH) (OTCQX: JUSHF) has closed a non-brokered private placement  raising $10 million as the company’s shares have begun to lift from its 52 week low of $2.95 and shares were lately trading at $3.56. The offering of 2,717,392 subordinate voting shares were sold at a price of $3.68 per share to Graticule Asset Management Asia for gross proceeds of $10 million. Jushi said the funds will be used for potential strategic acquisitions and general corporate purposes. As of December 31, 2021, the company’s pro forma cash balance, including proceeds from the Offering, was approximately $104 million.

TSUMo 

TSUMo Snacks announced today that it raised a $4M Seed round led by Casa Verde. The new cannabis brand aims to elevate the way people consume THC through its innovative salty & savory snack offerings. “This capital will be used to supercharge TSUMo’s product roadmap as the brand continues to fill a need for differentiated infused products in a space dominated by sweet-centric offerings,” says Yoni Meyer, a Partner at Casa Verde.

In Other News

High Tide

High Tide Inc. (NASDAQ: HITI) announced its year end unaudited 2021 financial results on January 27, 2022. However, due to personnel challenges arising from the pandemic, the company has not been able to finalize its income tax provision to date. Revenue increased by 118% to $181.1 million for the year ended October 31, 2021, and increased sequentially by 12% to $53.9 million in the fourth quarter of 2021. Note that the quarter only includes 12 days of contribution from Blessed CBD, and does not include any contribution from NuLeaf Naturals. The Company is forecasting to generate revenue for the first fiscal quarter of 2022 in excess of $70 million which, as of today, would be the third-highest quarterly revenue figure achieved by a Canadian cannabis company.

MedMen

MedMen Enterprises Inc. announced the appointment of Tyson Rossi to the role of Chief Strategy Officer. Rossi has been a member of MedMen’s executive management team since 2019, most recently serving as Senior Vice President, Product and Revenue. Rossi co-founded a number of cannabis ventures, including Arizona-based multistate craft edibles company Flourish Cannabis; Bōdee Holdings, Inc., a privately held cannabis company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona; and Los Angeles-based Edible Solutions, a leading consulting agency in the cannabis industry.


StaffJanuary 27, 2022
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Jushi Holdings Inc.  (CSE: JUSH) (OTCQX: JUSHF) has closed a non-brokered private placement  raising $10 million as the company’s shares have begun to lift from its 52 week low of $2.95 and shares were lately trading at $3.56.

“We are extremely encouraged by the support we continue to receive from GAMA, a well-established asset manager,” said Jim Cacioppo, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and Founder of Jushi. “Their confidence reiterates the strength of our differentiated corporate strategy, industry leading organic revenue growth rate, geographic footprint leveraged to medical states evolving to adult-use, as well as the strength of our management team. This investment will support the expansion of our grower-processor facilities and our continued pursuit of accretive acquisitions.”

The offering of 2,717,392 subordinate voting shares were sold at a price of $3.68 per share to Graticule Asset Management Asia for gross proceeds of $10 million. Jushi said the funds will be used for potential strategic acquisitions and general corporate purposes. As of December 31, 2021, the company’s pro forma cash balance, including proceeds from the Offering, was approximately $104 million.

Mr. Cacioppo continued, “Given recent stock market volatility, we are seeing a tremendous amount of deal opportunities, driven by recent license issuances and pending processes in Illinois and Ohio, several broken deals and auctions, our current pipeline, and an increase in the number of distressed companies. We are well-positioned with a strong balance sheet and cash holdings which exceed our anticipated capex plans and continue to have access to additional sources of financing to pursue strategic expansion opportunities.”

A couple of weeks ago Cacioppo announced he had purchased 66,800 Class B Subordinate Voting Shares of the company in the open market for an approximate amount of two hundred and twenty thousand dollars. He now own in the aggregate, approximately 19.2% of the issued and outstanding Subordinate Voting Shares

Mr. Cacioppo concluded, “In addition, our acquisition facility, pro forma for the Nevada transactions closing, will have approximately $63 million of available capacity, including the accordion feature. We are confident that our disciplined approach to capital allocation, along with our industry-leading M&A track record will result in significant long-term value for our shareholders as we continue to scale the business.”

StaffJanuary 27, 2022
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TSUMo Snacks announced today that it raised a $4M Seed round led by Casa Verde. The new cannabis brand aims to elevate the way people consume THC through its innovative salty & savory snack offerings.

“This capital will be used to supercharge TSUMo’s product roadmap as the brand continues to fill a need for differentiated infused products in a space dominated by sweet-centric offerings,” says Yoni Meyer, a Partner at Casa Verde.

While most cannabis-infused edibles tend to be sweet in nature, savory options are growing in popularity. Chocolate tends to be the predominant flavor option, while gummies are often a popular form factor. That was mostly because these edibles had binding ingredients that made it easier to incorporate cannabis into the recipe. Now, technology has made it easier to create savory options for consumers who prefer something without so much sugar.

TSUMo brings consumers a unique and elevated snacking experience by infusing cannabis into familiar flavors and form factors. Low dosed at 10mg of THC per bag, the debut line of snacks features five delicious flavors:

 

  • Classic Cheese Puffs: the go-to snack to satisfy any cheese craving

  • Fiery Hot Cheese Crunchers: to spice up your snacking

  • Zesty Ranch Mini Tortilla Rounds: the chip that boldly goes where no ranch has gone before

  • Hint of Lime Mini Tortilla Rounds: chips that pack a punch of lime zest and citrus

  • Salsa Verde Mini Tortilla Rounds: the perfect amount of spice and south-of-the-border zing

 

Since the brand’s official launch in September 2021, TSUMo’s success demanded the need to expand its retail footprint and accessibility. Initially only available in select dispensaries in Los Angeles, TSUMo is now available for purchase at dispensaries across the state of California.

“This funding provides TSUMo with the opportunity to make considerable headway in bringing a wide range of unique snacks to market,” comments CEO and Co-Founder Caroline Yeh. “With this new capital, we will develop new flavor profiles and form factors, further elevating and expanding the way people consume cannabis.”


StaffJanuary 26, 2022
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Clever Leaves Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: CLVR, CLVRW) is launching its consumer-oriented CBD line JoySol. The products are produced by Arizona-based Herbal Brands, Inc., an established consumer goods manufacturer, wholesaler and direct-to-consumer e-tailer and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clever Leaves. Clever Leaves acquired Herbal Brands in 2019. Since the acquisition, Herbal Brands has expanded its access to more than 20,000 retail distribution points in the U.S. through sales of its well-established nutraceutical products.

“CBD is a rapidly growing segment in the self-care and wellness category, yet we believe there is a dearth of high-quality product offerings and brands for both early-adopters of CBD and consumers which have not yet adopted products containing CBD,” said Kyle Detwiler, CEO of Clever Leaves. “The launch of JoySol makes CBD easily accessible to the everyday individual via a direct-to-consumer approach that marks our entry into the U.S. cannabinoid consumer market.”

Clever Leaves’ consumer brands division is introducing JoySol with high-quality CBD, minor cannabinoids and proprietary terpene blends at a mass-market-accessible price point. JoySol launches with oil drop blends, gummies, and topicals that comprise a unique CBD Daily Care System, with easy-to-use products specific to each segment of the day – morning, mid-day and evening.

“We want everyday consumers, from school teachers to construction workers to stockbrokers, to get more out of life, so we have leveraged CBD and other cannabinoids along with exclusive terpene blends to help support the body and mind,” said Bonnie Brown, Herbal Brands VP of Marketing.

In November, Clever Leaves reported revenue in the third quarter of 2021 had increased 3% to $4.0 million compared to $3.9 million for the same period in 2020, driven by continued strong performance within the non-cannabinoid segment, which generated strong year-over-year growth as a result of Herbal Brands’ continued recovery from pandemic-related impacts. The increase was partially offset by a decrease in cannabinoid segment revenue compared to the year-ago period. The company has been focused on its Portugal and Columbia businesses. This venture will set the company up for the U.S. markets.

 


StaffJanuary 26, 2022
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Agrify Corporation (Nasdaq: AGFY) has entered into securities purchase agreements with an institutional investor and other accredited investors in a private placement transaction raising approximately $27.3 million. The offering is expected to close on or about January 28, 2022. Agrify said it plans to use the net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, including, among other things, working capital, product development, acquisitions, capital expenditures, and other business opportunities.

Offering Details

According to a company statement, Agrify will issue and sell 4,020,994 shares of common stock or, in lieu of Common Stock, pre-funded warrants and accompanying warrants exercisable six months from closing to purchase up to 3,015,745 shares of Common Stock for a period of five years at an exercise price of $7.48 per share. The Common Stock and Warrants will be sold at a combined purchase price of $6.80. Members of management and the Board, including Raymond Chang, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, participated in the Offering on the same terms as the other investors except for a combined purchase price of $6.90. The Company expects to receive gross proceeds from the Offering of approximately $27.3 million before deducting placement agent fees and estimated offering expenses.

Agrify recently closed its acquisition of PurePressure, a company that has solventless extraction and advanced ice water hash processing equipment in the cannabis and hemp industry. With the acquisition of PurePressure, Agrify has strengthened its rapidly expanding extraction division by adding best-in-class solutions to its product portfolio in two of the fastest-growing subcategories in the cannabis and hemp extraction market. In addition to its other extraction solutions, Agrify can now offer its customers premium solventless processing products and rosin presses to support any operation, big or small. The Company also inherits PurePressure’s intellectual property, talent, and stellar reputation for quality, reliability, precision, control, and exceptional customer service. PurePressure’s annual revenue for 2021 is approximately $10 million, and the acquisition is expected to be accretive in early 2022. By combining PurePressure with Precision Extraction Solutions and Cascade Sciences, two other recent acquisitions made by Agrify, the company has formed the largest and the most powerful cannabis and hemp extraction solution provider in the world.


StaffJanuary 25, 2022
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for January 25, 2022.

On The Site

SEC

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) scored a big W this week when a California federal judge ordered cannabis investment firm VerdeGroup to pay more than $1 million in civil penalties, disgorgement, and interest. Law360 reported the final judgment was issued on January 20, 2022, and the defendants have 14 days to pay the SEC. In addition to the payments, the judge has permanently banned VerdeGroup, Thomas Gaffney, and Lisa Gordon from the securities industry.

U.S. District Judge Stanley Blumenfeld Jr. has ordered VerdeGroup to pay a civil penalty of $500,000. VerdeGroup, Tommy’s Pizza, Gaffney and his wife Cynthia Gaffney are jointly and severally liable for disgorgement of more than $470,000, including prejudgment interest. Gaffney and Lisa Gordon were also ordered to pay civil penalties of $100,000 and $5,000, respectively.

Psychedelic

Nearly every day, another new rule favoring the decriminalization of psychedelics or otherwise prompting favorable treatment of psychedelics is announced. Here’s a roundup of some of the most recent actions in January alone:

– January 19. After facing legal scrutiny for decades, psychedelics including MDMA and psilocybin received a stamp of approval from Health Canada for medical purposes. Canada’s legislation now permits the use of psychedelics beyond palliative care.

Saka

House of Saka, Inc., producer of the first and only alcohol-free, award-winning cannabis-infused wines from the iconic Napa Valley appellation, announced today an exclusive partnership with Carbidex LLC Michigan, a family-owned holding entity with companies rooted in the cannabis and facilities management industries, to provide full-service manufacturing, bottling, and distribution. The Michigan market has become incredibly important in the cannabis industry. The Anderson Economic Group found that one in five Michigan residents used cannabis in 2020 – an increase of 75% since 2010. “We estimated that Michigan’s cannabis industry totaled $3.1 billion in 2020. In 2020, retailers reported sales of approximately $1.0 billion. The remainder of cannabis consumed across the state came from non-retail sources, including home cultivation, medical caregivers, and illicit adult-use sales.”

In Other News

Akerna (Nasdaq: KERN) announced the release of its annual Cannabis Industry Year-End Review. This report highlights the state of the ever-changing and emerging cannabis industry. It takes a deep dive into capital markets, investing, new opportunities, data, consumer trends, marketing, eCommerce, and more.

“Despite its challenges, 2021 brought another year of growth in markets, consumers, and spending for the resilient cannabis industry,” said Jessica Billingsley, Akerna Chief Executive Officer. “I knew cannabis would never reach mass legalization and wide consumer adoption until it could be tracked and traced transparently and safely, and I am thrilled that Akerna’s ecosystem of software has provided that supply chain tracking need for our vibrant and growing industry.”


StaffJanuary 25, 2022
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House of Saka, Inc., producer of the first and only alcohol-free, award-winning cannabis-infused wines from the iconic Napa Valley appellation, announced today an exclusive partnership with Carbidex LLC Michigan, a family-owned holding entity with companies rooted in the cannabis and facilities management industries, to provide full-service manufacturing, bottling, and distribution. The Michigan market has become incredibly important in the cannabis industry. The Anderson Economic Group found that one in five Michigan residents used cannabis in 2020 – an increase of 75% since 2010. “We estimated that Michigan’s cannabis industry totaled $3.1 billion in 2020. In 2020, retailers reported sales of approximately $1.0 billion. The remainder of cannabis consumed across the state came from non-retail sources, including home cultivation, medical caregivers, and illicit adult-use sales.”

The first of House of Saka’s luxury-infused beverages, Saka Spark Mimosa, will launch at Carbidex’s retail locations: The Botanical Co.. this spring. Available in 187ml, single-serve champagne bottles, House of Saka Spark & Mimosa is the first and only cannabis-infused beverage to blend premium, alcohol-removed California sparkling Chardonnay with Mimosa
strain-specific live resin and natural essence of orange blossom and nectarine. The result is all the flavor and celebration of a traditional Mimosa without the negative effects and unwanted
calories of alcohol.

“Partnering with companies that exemplify our mission to ‘bring good people together and enhance lives by creating extraordinary cannabis experiences’ is crucial to us,” stated Carbidex
Founder and CEO Russell Chambers. “The team at House of Saka embodies our core values and mission. We are honored to bring the extraordinary House of Saka products to the Michigan market.”

House of Saka, Inc. and Carbidex came together based on a strong set of shared values and beliefs. The core mission of the Carbidex family of companies remains committed to supporting the backbone of the industry; caregivers and small businesses. Our customers & patients remain at the core of what we do and to ensure they continue to have access to the products they rely on, we only source the highest quality products from companies that align with our mission. The team and products with the House of Saka perfectly align with all of our values and core beliefs.

“Finding a partner who shares our quality standards and core values was our most important goal,” explains Tracey Mason, Co-founder & CEO. “The team and mission of Carbidex was a
perfect match. Their incredible knowledge of beverages, manufacturing, and the Michigan market made their partnership the best possible fit for our combined goals.”


StaffJanuary 24, 2022
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It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for January 24, 2022.

On the Site

MedMen

The battle between Ascend Wellness (OTC: AAWH) and MedMen Inc. (OTC: MMNFF) is getting messier by the day. The latest shot is coming from MedMen whose counterclaim alleges that Ascend’s CEO Abner Kurtin used political influence with New York Governor Kathy Hochul and was shortly thereafter able to obtain an email saying the license transfer from MedMen to Ascend was approved.

MedMen says in its countersuit that on December 28th, Richard Zahnleuter the General Counsel of the Office of Cannabis Management (which supports but does not direct the Cannabis Control Board) contacted MedMen to say he might need up to 60 days to finish its review. However, MedMen also said that Zahnleuter emailed the following evening saying that the December 16th email did give the “final” approval for the deal. Making things even more complicated, MedMen says it spoke with Zahnleuter on the phone who said he had been “pressured” to send the email saying the December 16th email gave final approval. Zahnleuter would not disclose to MedMen who had pressured him.

Dama

Cannabis banking provider Dama Financial has entered into an agreement to acquire GrowFlow Corp. for an undisclosed amount. GrowFlow is a business management and compliance company that has processed more than $3.3 billion for cannabis retailers, cultivators, processors, and distributors. The deal is said to be planned to close this quarter.

Enveric

An emerging trend in some bioscience startups is the development of both cannabis and psychedelics products. One such company is Enveric Biosciences, headquartered in Naples, Florida, which hopes to leverage psychedelics-derived molecules for the mind and create synthetic cannabinoids for the body in the treatment of cancer. Enveric Biosciences focuses on synthesizing novel, tailored and highly differentiated derivative molecules based on classic psychedelics such as psilocybin, N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT), mescaline and MDMA. 

Texas

The legalization of cannabis is already off to a rough start in the state of Texas. The state legalized medical marijuana, but the program is so restrictive that only a handful of dispensaries exist with roughly 16,00 registered patients. 500 physicians have been approved to prescribe medical marijuana in the state. Texas is also a big agricultural state and the appetite for hemp farming seems stronger than the desire for medical marijuana. It’s also sparking some bad behavior by Texans in and out of the state. This week, Law360 reported that Todd Smith, a political consultant for Texas Department of Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, was indicted on soliciting bribes for hemp licenses. He was charged with soliciting a $25,000 payment in exchange for getting a license awarded by the Department in August 2019. The indictment also alleges that Smith managed to score $65,000 in August and November 2019 from two people.

In Other News

Hydrofarm

Hydrofarm Holdings Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: HYFM), a leading distributor and manufacturer of hydroponics equipment and supplies for controlled environment agriculture, announced it has entered into an agreement with California-based AXEON Water Technologies, a leading manufacturer of water purification solutions, to distribute new lines of reverse osmosis water filtration systems and solutions for the horticultural market.

Sundial

Sunstream Opportunities LP, an affiliate of Sunstream Bancorp Inc., a joint venture sponsored by Sundial Growers Inc. (NASDAQ: SNDL), has been assigned an investment grade rating of BBB+ by Egan-Jones Ratings Company, an independent, unaffiliated rating agency.

Novamind

Novamind Inc. (CSE:NM)(OTCQB:NVMDF) has entered into a securities purchase agreement with a single institutional investor for a private placement of its common shares and warrants to purchase Common Shares for gross proceeds of approximately C$5 million. Pursuant to the Private Placement, the Company will issue 12,500,000 Common Shares and Warrants to purchase up to an aggregate of 12,500,000 Common Shares at a purchase price of CAD$0.40 per Common Share and associated Warrant.


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