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CannAmerica Announces Partnership With Largest Cultivation Greenhouse In Nevada
February 15, 2019
Updated 1mo ago
Co-Founder and CEO, Dan Anglin, joined Cheddar to talk about the company's partnership with Flower One and to discuss why veterans should have access to cannabis.
Cannabis Thought Leader: 'It's Inevitable' Big Pot Will Stifle Small Business
Mar 12, 2019
Canada's Proposed Edible Regulations Could Drive Consumers To Black Market
Canada's federal government proposed that the amount of THC in each edible be limited to 10mg per edible. Manisha Krishnan, senior writer and host at VICE, spoke to Cheddar about the proposed restrictions.
Mar 12, 2019
Proposed Regulations On Edibles Give Canada's Black Market More Opportunity
As Canada's self-imposed October deadline to regulate cannabis edibles draws nearer, there is one question on everyone's minds: how much regulation is too much? "If the government is overbearing in their restrictions and you want edibles and you know sort of what dose you can handle, you're just going to keep going to where you got it before," Manisha Krishnan, senior writer and host at Vice, told Cheddar Tuesday.
Mar 18, 2019
CannAmerica CEO: It 'Makes Sense' for Cannabis Companies to Lead in Hemp, Too
It "really makes sense" for cannabis companies to lead the way in hemp, especially in nascent markets, CannAmerica Brands CEO and Co-Founder Dan Anglin told Cheddar. CannAmerica, a veteran-owned company known for its cannabis-infused gummies, announced last week it signed a letter of intent with Sericea Labs and CBDistribution Company to create a joint venture that aspires to build a facility in Mexico for importing CBD products, as well as oils and tinctures for refining.