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StaffDecember 1, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Dec. 1, 2022.

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Colorado Cannabis Industry Enduring ‘Largest Downturn’ in its History

One of the most mature cannabis markets in the United States, Colorado, is going through a financial crisis. The statewide industry is suffering a major sales dip that has been trending downward for the better part of a year, and insiders expect business casualties in coming months. Read more here.

Dutchie Co-Founders Step Down, Board Names New Leadership Team

Cannabis tech company Dutchie underwent a major leadership shakeup this week. The co-founding duo of Ross and Zach Lipson stepped down from their leadership posts at the privately held Oregon business, and the board of directors has named a new chief executive officer, chief financial officer, general counsel, and a vice president of engineering. Read more here.

Radient Technologies Deep in Debt, Trying to Swim Upward

Alberta-based cannabis extract maker Radient Technologies Inc. (TSXV: RTI) posted second-quarter results showing it either needs more cash flow or financing to keep the ship sailing. The company said it has overdue liabilities concerning rent, wages, long-term debt, and leases. Read more here.

Can Publicly Traded Bonds Keep the Cannabis Industry from Getting Smoked?

In 2021, cannabis companies racked up $1.65 billion in debt; in 2022, it skyrocketed to more than $5.62 billion of issued debt financing. Alarms are now going off because these loans are maturing, and payments are coming due. Since bankruptcy is not an option, what is the solution? Read more here.

Nevada Doles Out Consumption Lounge Licenses

Nevada picked 20 independent lounge licenses for businesses looking to build out new facilities for consumption lounges and sell product from other operators, with half of those licenses designated for social equity applicants. Read more here.

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New York

New York’s equity-focused rollout of its legal marijuana market relies heavily on a $200 million fund to support the state’s first retailers. Yet the team picked to raise and manage that money – an NBA Hall of Famer and a shoewear entrepreneur – have repeatedly failed to deliver on their biggest and boldest claims, including investing in entrepreneurs of color with a $100 million fund. Read the NY Cannabis Insider investigation here.

Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Health will add irritable bowel syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorder to the list of qualifying medical conditions for participation in Minnesota’s medical cannabis program. Under state law, the new qualifying conditions will take effect Aug. 1, 2023. Read more here.

Jacksons BevCo

CordovaCann Corp., a cannabis-focused consumer products and retail company, has forged a deal with Midwest retailer Jackson BevCo Inc. to facilitate the opening and operation of cannabis retail stores within or beside Jacksons convenience stores starting in 2023. Read more here.


StaffNovember 30, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 30, 2022.

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International Cannabis Reform Ramps Up in Europe, South America

Global cannabis reform is gaining momentum. What started as a ripple in three countries has become a global policy movement. While many countries, primarily in Africa and Asia, continue to ban cannabis, a hotbed of reform activity is transpiring everywhere else. Read more here.

Cannabis Company Finds Novel Solution to Real Estate Woes

After struggling to find a downtown office landlord willing or able to house its headquarters, one of Chicago’s publicly traded marijuana companies has found a different solution: moving to a massive apartment complex. Verano Holdings (OTC: VRNOF) (CSE: VRNO) signed a 12-year lease for roughly 25,000 square feet in the office portion of Three Old Town Park. Read more here.

Eleventh-Hour Lobbying Push for SAFE Banking Under Way

The clock is ticking on the current Congressional session, with the 535-member body set to adjourn for the two-year cycle on Jan. 3. With that, the fate of the SAFE Banking Act is still very much up in the air, with no solid intel about exactly what will happen to the measure. Read more here.

SpringBig to Cut Nearly One-Quarter of Staff

SpringBig Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: SBIG) will cut 23% of its staff in an effort to “right-size its expense structure,” the company announced Wednesday. The staff cuts, which total 37 positions, will be undertaken through layoffs and attrition. Read more here.

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Icanic Brands Co.

Icanic Brands Co. (CSE: ICAN) (OTCQB: ICNAF), a multistate operator of premium cannabis brands in California, reported sales of $7 million for the quarter ended Sept. 30, a year-over-year increase of 180%. The company reported a net income for the period of $10.6 million. Read more here.

TerrAscend Corp.

TerrAscend Corp. (CSE: TER) (OTCQX: TRSSF), a North American cannabis operator, announced that its subsidiary, WDB Holding MI Inc. (DE), and all subsidiaries of TerrAscend refinanced an existing senior secured term loan of $55 million. The amendment provides for a senior secured term loan with a principal amount of $25 million, plus incremental term loans of $30 million at the option of TerrAscend. Read more here.

Franchise Global Health

Franchise Global Health Inc. (TSXV: FGH) (FRA: WV4A) reported revenue of $11.9 million for the third quarter of 2022, a year-over-year increase of $11.7 million. The company noted that during the quarter, it entered into an agreement to acquire Flora Growth Corp. (Nasdaq: FLGC).


StaffNovember 29, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 29, 2022.

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Flowr Corp. Throws in Towel, Looks for Buyers

Toronto-based The Flowr Corp., (TSX.V: FLWR) (OTC: FLWPF) is officially on the market after it reported that it does not have enough of a runway to make it to the end of the third quarter. According to regulatory filings, potential bidders submitted binding offers last Friday, with financial firm Ernst & Young Inc. acting as a monitor. Read more here.

RIV Capital Closing in on New York Acquisition, Loses $142 Million in Q2

RIV Capital Inc. (CSE: RIV) (OTC: CNPOF) posted a $142.3 million loss for its second quarter of fiscal 2023, but most of the losses were chalked up to a “goodwill impairment charge” as part of the upcoming acquisition of New York-based Etain – a deal that RIV Capital leadership said would give the firm a national foundation for future growth. Read more here.

Pritzker Names New Cannabis Chief

Erin Johnson, a lawyer for Amazon and state government veteran, has been named the state’s top cannabis regulator. Johnson is an associate general counsel for Amazon Web Services but was chief of staff at the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice in the Pritzker administration from 2019 to mid-2021. Previously she was associate general counsel and chief diversity officer from 2016 to 2018 for then-Gov. Bruce Rauner. Read more here.

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High Times

The owners of High Times magazine have dropped their lawsuit against a former majority shareholder of the publication’s parent company, according to a joint stipulation entered Monday in California federal court. The stipulation notes that the action has been dismissed with prejudice and holds that each party bears their own costs. It makes no mention of a settlement, and counsel for the parties did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Monday. Read more here.

The Valens Company Inc.

Shareholders of the Valens Company Inc. (TSX: VLNS) (Nasdaq: VLNS)  voted in favor of the resolution approving the plan for SNDL Inc. to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Valens on the basis of 0.3334 of a SNDL common share for each outstanding Valens common share. More than 96% of votes cast at the company’s special meeting of shareholders held on Nov. 29 were in favor of the resolution. Read more here.

Rhode Island

As Rhode Island is set to begin recreational marijuana sales Thursday, state regulators are ramping up their staff as they oversee the industry. The state legalized adult recreational cannabis in May, with the planned start of sales on Dec. 1. Read more here.


StaffNovember 28, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 28, 2022.

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Veterans’ Plight Spotlights Need for Cannabis Legalization as Congress Moves Research Bill

As a historic House-passed cannabis research bill makes its way to President Joe Biden’s desk after surviving a Senate vote, questions remain regarding its impact on the future of federal legalization. One group whose concerns get washed in the stalemates and political acrobatics: former service members facing the specter of stigma and barriers to accessing safe medicine. Read more here.

NY Cannabis Regulators Disclose How They Chose Licensees

Retail cannabis applicants who lived in low-income areas, in public housing or were homeless when they were convicted of marijuana-related offenses had an advantage in the application process for legal cannabis dispensaries, according to details newly revealed in court papers. Read more here.

Bill Would Make Cannabis Companies Eligible for SBA Loans

A Democratic senator has formally introduced a bill that, if successful, would make U.S. cannabis companies fully eligible for federal loans through the Small Business Administration. Read more here.

Done Deals: Trees, Bright Minds

Despite the challenges of raising capital these days in the cannabis and psychedelics industry, two companies managed to close deals before the end of the year.

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Cantor Issues Upbeat Cannabis Report

Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Pablo Zuanic wrote an upbeat research report on the major cannabis companies despite the somewhat depressing tone in the industry. Despite the sunny optimism, he opted to leave ratings, estimates, and price targets unchanged. Read more here.

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Cannibble Foodtech Ltd.

Cannibble Foodtech Ltd., (CSE: PLCN), a food tech company that develops and manufactures hemp-enhanced food and beverage products, has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire Eshbal Functional Foods Cooperative Ltd., a private Israeli gluten-free food tech manufacturer. Read more here.

Hempacco

Hempacco Co. Inc. (Nasdaq: HPCO), a hemp smokables company, entered into a joint venture agreement with Sonora Paper Co. Inc. to manufacture, market, and distribute hemp blunt wraps, hemp tubes, and hemp smoking cones based on SPCI’s intellectual property. Read more here.

Hempacco also entered into a joint venture agreement with High Sierra Technologies Inc. (OTC: HSTI) for the production, marketing, and sales of hemp smokables. Pursuant to this agreement, HSTI and Hempacco formed a new Nevada corporation known as Organipure Inc, in which HSTI and Hempacco each own 50% equity interest. Read more here.


StaffNovember 23, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 23, 2022.

Statehouse

In the wee hours of the morning StateHouse Holdings Inc. (CSE: STHZ) (OTCQX: STHZF) released its financial results for the third quarter ending September 30, 2022, and provided additional business updates. Statehouse reported that its revenues increased 77% to $30.8 million versus last year’s revenue of $17.5 million. Statehouse also said in its statement that it is exploring the potential sale of various non-core assets, which could bring in roughly $5-8 million of non-dilutive capital to strengthen the balance sheet and fund its growth objectives. Read more here.

FDA Warning Letters

On Monday, the FDA issued Warning Letters to five companies that produce products with CBD (cannabidiol) and specifically zeroed in on products that would appeal to children. The FDA noted in some of the letters that it was concerned about Delta-8 THC products that may be consumed by children, as some packaging and labeling may appeal to children. 11-11-11 Brands, Naturally Infused LLC, Newhere Inc., Infusionz LLC, and CBD American Shaman LLC were all issued letters. Read more here.

Ascend Board

Cannabis investment veteran Emily Paxhia has resigned from her post as board member of Ascend Wellness Holdings (CSE: AAWH.U) (OTCQX: AAWH). The company on Wednesday said that Dan Neville, AWH’s interim co-CEO and CFO, as well as longtime investment strategist Joshua Gold, has been tapped to rotate into the board roster. Gold is a general partner of Boston firms Inverness LLC and Blue Flag Partners LLC. He served as a managing director at Jefferies & Co, as well as in various roles at Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns. Gold was also on the board of the San Diego cannabis boutique chain Urbn Leaf. Read more here.

NY Fights Back

New York’s Office of Cannabis Management on Tuesday asked a federal judge to narrow the scope of a Nov. 10 order limiting the issuance of marijuana retail licenses to just Finger Lakes region rather than several localities, Law360 first reported. The news comes as the OCM had been gearing up to award its first cannabis licenses to New Yorkers who have been incarcerated or arrested for the plant. The injunction prevents the OCM from issuing licenses under the conditional adult-use retail dispensary (CAURD) program. Read more here.

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Curaleaf

Cannabis company Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF) is eliminating “several positions” as it follows through on cost-cutting plans. The company did not provide a specific number of job cuts, but a copy of an internal email was posted on social media. The CEO said the company “must get leaner, reduce overhead and do more with less.”

InterCure

InterCure Ltd. (NASDAQ: INCR) reports there are some fundamental disagreements between itself and Cann Pharmaceutical (including open matters which were not concluded at the time of the signing of the agreement), in addition to a disconnect between the parties, which pose doubts as to whether the signed agreement with Cann Pharmaceutical Ltd. will in fact be completed.   Read more here.


StaffNovember 22, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 22, 2022.

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Rhode Island Green Lights Recreational Sales for Five Dispensaries

Recreational cannabis sales will kick off next month in Rhode Island for at least five existing medical dispensaries, Gov. Dan McKee announced today. In a press release, McKee said he and the state Department of Business Regulation have granted “hybrid retail licenses” to the five dispensaries, which will be able to start selling adult-use cannabis on Dec. 1. Read more here.

Oregon Governor Pardons 45,000 Cannabis Convictions

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown this week announced she’s heeding President Joe Biden’s call last month for U.S. governors to pardon low-level cannabis convictions and pardoned roughly 45,000 residents. Read more here.

New Products Drive Revenue Growth for Canadian Edibles Maker Indiva

Canadian edibles producer Indiva (TSXV: NDVA) (OTCQX: NDVAF) launched a “record number” of new products in the third quarter of 2022, which drove up revenues to year-over-year growth of 5.9%, but the company still recorded a loss of $1.9 million. Read more here.

Medical Marijuana Inc. Posts Falling Revenue, Focuses on Overseas Hemp Ventures

Medical Marijuana Inc. (OTC: MJNA) saw revenue fall in the third quarter despite cutting costs in during the period, according to financial results for the quarter ended Sept. 30. Those measures mostly benefitted margins for the company. Read more here.

Report: Cannabis Flower Prices Continue Freefall

Inflation might be getting all the headlines, but cannabis flower appears to be immune from its influence. According to data from cannabis analytics firm Headset, the most popular consumption format for cannabis has been suffering wide-scale price compressionRead more here.

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Etain LLC

The New York State Cannabis Control Board and the New York State Office of Cannabis Management have approved Etain LLC’s change of control request. Etain is the owner and operator of a legally licensed Registered Organization with cannabis cultivation and manufacturing facilities and retail dispensaries in the state of New York. This approval clears the path for RIV Capital Inc. (CSE: RIV) (OTC: CNPOF) to complete its previously announced acquisition of Etain and Etain IP LLC. Read more here.

Oregon

Oregon cannabis regulators approved a final rule Nov. 17 to address gaps in the regulated laboratory testing sector that have drawn licensee complaints about THC potency numbers in the competitive state environment. Under the new rule, the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission may require a licensee to submit samples identified by the commission to a laboratory of the commission’s choosing to be tested in order to determine whether a licensee is in compliance with the cannabis testing. Read more here.

Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC)

For the second quarter of its current fiscal year, the Société québécoise du cannabis (SQDC) has reported comprehensive income of $22.3 million. The SQDC is a government corporation mandated to distribute and sell cannabis in Québec with a focus on protecting customers’ health and safety. Read more here.


StaffNovember 21, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 21, 2022.

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New York Awards Adult-Use Retail Licenses, But Heaps of Questions Remain

The New York Cannabis Control Board on Monday awarded its first round of adult-use cannabis permits, along with 282 pages of new industry rules and some significant policy updates. But a small mountain of questions remains for stakeholders, leaving the market’s near future still shrouded in uncertainty for many. Read more here.

Nonprofits Among the First Licensees for New York Adult-Use Cannabis Market

More than 900 applicants submitted the paperwork for the New York CAURD licenses, which was far less than the OCM had hoped for. At least three New York City-based nonprofits Housing WorksThe Doe Fund, and LIFE Camp confirmed they had been chosen. Read more about these organizations here.

Cannabis Retail Expects Solid Boost from Green Wednesday

Summer often gets the credit as the prime season for cannabis sales, but the back end of the year is no slouch. Several dispensary brands told Green Market Report that business typically jumps anywhere from 10% to 30% between the week before Thanksgiving and the start of the new year. Read more here.

Chicago Dispensary Gets Zoning Approval for Former Rainforest Cafe Site

The Rainforest Cafe application has been controversial because the site at 605 N. Clark St. is within 1,500 feet of other pot shops. State law prohibits dispensaries owned by existing companies that received licenses under the original medical-marijuana law from locating within 1,500 feet of each other. New licensees under “social equity” guidelines aimed at diversifying ownership of marijuana businesses have an exemption from the requirement. Read more here.

Video: MJBizCon 2022

Green Market Report attended the recent MJ Biz Conference in Las Vegas last week. Here’s a little bit of the event in case you weren’t able to attend. This year’s conference was the first to be hosted under the new owners Emerald Co. Check out our highlight reel here.

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“Danksgiving”

Until fairly recently, Danksgiving wasn’t much more than a funny word that cannabis fans used for smoking weed on Thanksgiving. It’s easy to see how the portmanteau came about: “dank,” a slang term for high-quality weed, fits into the name of a holiday that appeals to the appetite – whether one is high or not. Read more here.

Kaya Shack

Kaya Shack, a vertically integrated cannabis operator in Oregon, will sell its Salem dispensary by Feb. 1, 2023, as part of a sale-surrender settlement for two violations stemming from 2019, according to the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission. Read more here.

Trulieve Cannabis Corp.

Florida-based Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL) (OTCQX: TCNNF) announced the grand opening of two new medical cannabis dispensaries in:


StaffNovember 17, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 17, 2022.

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Your Take: Cannabis Conferences Can’t Call Themselves Inclusive – Yet

The cannabis industry is often seen as an innovative market, one that can show other sectors a thing or two regarding business operations as well as inclusion and equity. While it’s possible, the current trajectory often looks to be more of the same rather than trailblazing. Read more from Narmin Jarrous on the lack of inclusivity in industry events.

Oregon Craft Cannabis Companies Unite to Compete with Big Pot

Two notable Oregon craft cannabis companies have merged under one umbrella to compete in a market that has been facing existential economic headwinds and rapid consolidation. East Fork Cultivars, a grower and manufacturer, and Peak Extracts, a CO2 extractor and product maker, will combine as East Fork Group. Read more here.

Curaleaf Chairman: Cannabis Could Emulate Tobacco Oligopoly

The modern marijuana industry is headed toward massive consolidation that will eventually feature just a handful of companies atop a global supply chain, predicted Curaleaf Executive Chairman Boris Jordan during an appearance at an investor forum this week. Read more here.

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New York City

A raid in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, yesterday could signal the beginning of the end of New York’s gray market era, and a transition towards a fully licensed and regulated retail cannabis market. The joint operation between the NYC Sheriff’s office, the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, the Office of Cannabis Management (OCM), and NYPD resulted in the arrest of two individuals accused of operating an illegal cannabis and tobacco shop called Big Chief. Read more here.

Empyreal Logistics

Federal prosecutors dismissed a forfeiture case involving the transportation to Colorado of more than $165,000 in cash collected from medical cannabis dispensaries in Missouri. The cash was being transported to Colorado in October 2021 by Denver-based courier company Empyreal Logistics through Kansas, where neither medical nor adult-use marijuana is legal. Read more here.


StaffNovember 16, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 16, 2022.

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New Crackdown on Illegal Cannabis in Michigan’s Regulated Market

Michigan’s Cannabis Regulatory Agency has begun its crackdown on illicitly grown marijuana entering the regulated market. The agency announced Tuesday it has suspended the medical and recreational marijuana licenses for dispensary Green Culture in Flint for selling unregulated marijuana joints. Read more here.

Congress Talks Federal Legalization in Bipartisan Hearing

House members and witnesses gathered in a hearing on Tuesday to discuss cannabis legalization efforts and examine the benefits of federal decriminalization behind a regulatory model similar to alcohol when its prohibition was repealed. Read more here.

Debt Lending, Financing Top Concerns for Cannabis Industry

Money is on the minds of many executives in the cannabis industry, as many sources of capital have dried up this year and the marijuana trade stares down the barrel of a possible recession. That reality was reflected in the speaking lineup at the Las Vegas cannabis conference MJBizCon this week. Read more here.

Connecticut Advances Additional Social Equity Applicants, Measures

Connecticut is poised to see its first recreational cannabis dispensary open by early next year. The state’s Social Equity Council on Monday approved six previously denied applicants looking to gain social equity status, which gives them the ability to the have their proposals reviewed by the state Department of Consumer Protection. Read more here.

Las Vegas Blunt Brunch Slideshow

This year’s Blunt Brunch was a sold-out affair as the women in cannabis came together to eat and have some blunt conversations. There was lots of glitz and glam, as the females of cannabis came dressed to slay. They say when you feel like you look your best, you feel more confident – and there was no shortage of confidence in this group. Check out our slideshow of the event.

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Purplefarm Genetics

Ontario-based Purplefarm Genetics is breathing new life into a shuttered cannabis production facility in New Brunswick. The former Canopy Growth facility was closed in December 2020 as part of company restructuring efforts. According to Purplefarm, the Fredericton facility has nearly six times the annual production capacity of its current cultivation site in Ontario and will add 70 jobs to the area. Read more here.

Khiron Life Sciences Corp. 

Khiron Life Sciences Corp. (TSXV: KHRN) (OTCQX: KHRNF) (Frankfurt: A2JMZC), announced its market entry into Switzerland with initial sales of new products and increases its product offerings in Germany and UK. The company has obtained import and export permits across Germany and the UK bringing to market its new product offerings, as well as looking for opportunities to expand its presence in other European markets. Read more here.


StaffNovember 15, 2022
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The Daily Hit is a recap of cannabis business news for Nov. 15, 2022.

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California Cannabis Debt Bubble on Verge of Bursting

A slow but steady years-long trend of licensed marijuana companies in California not paying all of their bills might be nearing its climax, industry insiders warned, and a wave of business failures is on the way if (when) the debt bubble explodes. Read more here.

Kentucky Governor Provides Pathway for Medical Cannabis Use

The governor of one of last states holding out on medical cannabis signed an executive order today permitting possession and use of the product. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear signed the order Tuesday, pardoning “any and all persons” accused of marijuana possession after the order’s effective date of Jan. 1, 2023, provided certain conditions were met. Read more here.

Michigan’s Canapa Valley Farms Closes on $17 Million Deal With Pelorus

Pelorus Equity Group closed a $17.3 million debt financing agreement with Vassar Acquisitions Property Management and its cannabis operating entity, Canapa Valley Farms. The money will be used for building out Canapa’s state-of-the-art 90,000-square-foot greenhouse and 8,500-square-foot processing facilities. Read more here.

Cresco Labs Slashes Losses Despite Significant Headwinds

Sales for Cresco Labs Inc. (CSE: CL) (OTCQX: CRLBF) (FSE: 6CQ), a vertically integrated, multistate operator, ticked down in the third quarter ended Sept. 30 to $210 million, in part due to the company’s exit from third-party distribution in California. Read more here.

Halo Stretches Margins Despite Lower Q3 Revenue

Halo Collective Inc. (NEO: HALO) (OTCQB: HCANF) posted results that showed rising margins despite lower revenue, driven by cost-cutting measures amid a congested supply side in California and Oregon. Revenue totaled $5.5 million, down 36% from $8.7 million in the same quarter last year. Read more here.

IN OTHER NEWS

Decibel Cannabis Company

Decibel Cannabis Company Inc. (TSXV: DB) (OTCQB: DBCCF), a premium cannabis producer, achieved 5.3% national market share in October 2022, which places Decibel as the sixth-largest LP in Canada by market share. The company reported $18.3 million of total net sales in Q3, with a sequential decline of 1% over Q2 2022 and an increase of 37% over Q3 2021. Read more here.

Trees Corp.

Trees Corp. (NEO: TREE) increased its revenues in the third quarter by 60% from the first quarter of 2022, while total gross profit has increased by 78% over the same period due to a strengthening retail gross profit margin percentage. Read more here.

Stone Road

Stone Road, a California-based line of premium, sustainably grown cannabis products, announced a partnership with Gamut Cannabis to bring Stone Road’s line of products to Michigan in early 2023. This marks the rapidly growing brand’s fourth market launch, as it continues to expand into legal states across the U.S. Read more here.


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