The long-awaited launch of Maine’s recreational cannabis market will likely fall short of expectations, according to cannabis insiders.  Some shops u are unsure if they will even have marijuana to sell, much less the THC-infused food and drinks readily available on the state’s existing medical market. One state-approved shop said it may skip the opening day altogether, its owners unsure whether they will have any products to sell Friday, the state’s first official day of adult-use sales. Retailers blame a licensing backlog for the expected shortages. Regulators agree, but say that’s what happens when you try to launch a new market during a global pandemic.

Cannabis Business Executive – Cannabis and Marijuana industry news, 10/05/2020 08:52:58

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