Consumers are already paying more for organic coffee, organic strawberries, and clothing made with organic fibers. Why not organic cannabis? That’s the thinking of a growing number of producers around the globe looking for a way to distinguish themselves in an increasingly crowded marketplace. Organic hemp flowers high in CBD already fetch $600,000 to $800,000 per metric ton in Europe. That’s a 30% premium over regular flowers, he said, but growers must be able to document every step — from seed through the drying process. While the information on the market for organic marijuana is scarce, the overall demand for cannabis is expected to surge through the middle of the next decade as more countries loosen their drug laws.
Cannabis Business Executive – Cannabis and Marijuana industry news, 12/01/2020 07:46:34
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