The Florida economy has ground to a halt, except food and basic necessities. These exceptions include hemp. With a small dip in retail initially, Florida’s determination that hemp was a food and therefore essential was a boon for business.
Whether you have been taking CBD for a day or a year, chances are you may have never heard the term isolate and distillate.
Jeff Greene of The Florida Hemp Council: “Here Are 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started Leading a Cannabis Business
With major networks not allowing commercials, social media banning promotion and FDA letters abound on any medical claims, this industry is the definition of creative. What other industry has grown to over $1B in revenue without telling the consumers what it does?
While it may seem like the world has come to a grinding halt amidst the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, that is not entirely the case. Americans are still at work and trying to maintain their every day lives as best they can.
Ocala-based Greene’s Reserve, a company that creates a hemp alternative to tobacco, is the first hemp company in history to sign with NASCAR as a vendor.
With patent infringement, product knock offs and government subsidized manufacturing, there is no shortage of reasons to see China as a major issue to American commerce.
For those of you new to Florida or new to cannabis, your underlying belief would probably be that when you are discussing a new crop, federally legal if grown a specific way with a specific group of genetics and a federally illegal crop, with mandatory verticality, that those were two different naturally grown plants.