McDonald’s is overwhelmingly the number one fast food choice for cannabis consumers in states where marijuana is legal. A new study conducted by cannabis financial news website Green Market Report and Consumer Research Around Cannabis found that 43% of survey respondents who bought legal marijuana chose McDonald’s as their go-to place to eat.
Last week, California's Bureau of Cannabis Control released a set of regulations aimed to determine how commercial cannabis businesses can operate once recreational weed becomes a reality. Among thousands of other things, the early document establishes that the booming cannabis delivery industry must operate within certain parameters, including by making sure products are hidden en route and generally keeping a low profile [PDF].
A Florida bank has recently started offering its services to cannabis businesses. First Green Bank located in Orlando has opened its accounts to Florida’s six licensed medical cannabis producers, The Palm Beach Post reported.
Women always make the world brighter, and with the intensive growth of the cannabis industry, they could not stay away from making an impact on the marijuana market. Like in any other industry where women have already occupied their leading roles, the cannabis market also has companies founded by women.
Launching a new business in the cannabis industry has pretty much the same key steps as any other start-up. You follow a plan, make sure all the steps are performed properly, invest money and effort, and then wait for the results.
County fairs have always been places for fun and entertainment. Their visitors enjoy taking part in hot dog eating competitions and cherry pie baking contests. However, California is not stopping there and is now considering letting cannabis businesses sell their products along with cotton candy and corn dogs.
In contradiction to the popular belief that weed smokers tend to be less active and successful in the society, a new consumer study reveals that the classic stereotype about stoners has changed for good.
Every day, the cannabis market is becoming further globalized since numerous countries across the world are legalizing the consumption of the herb. Apart from countless benefits marijuana provides to its consumers, it also has certain advantages for businesses in the countries that have legalized the plant. It seems like one Australian company is certainly aware of this fact as it is making moves to expand its presence in the European MMJ market.