The winners announced today include companies that have a strong presence on the national level.
The partnership essentially means AHPA will help develop cannabis standards with technical contributions and regulatory recommendations.
Improving the employee experience and implementing an education program can help reduce high turnover rates.
The set of proposed rules include requirements for lab testing, traceability, warning symbols and THC limits.
How procedures can help us avoid human error in the cannabis growing process.
The Denver DEH is investigating and overseeing the recalls, while Green Man implements corrective and preventative measures.
The state will issue 12 licenses for growers/processors and 27 licenses for dispensaries, including 10 dispensaries in the populous Southeast region.
Brands are looking to capitalize on the potential outcomes of Election Day, where voters in a number of states could legalize cannabis, creating massive new markets overnight.
Edibles producers and dispensaries must comply with rules that include new sales equivalency and labeling requirements along with the universal THC symbol on cannabis products.
Through a focus on quality controls, Colorado-based Elixinol is raising the bar for hemp manufacturing.