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GMP and How It Will Impact The Future of Exporting Cannabis

GMP.  Those three little letters will have a large impact on the Latin American export market. GMP stands for Good Manufacturing Practice, which is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards (www.ispe.org).   Currently, Europe requires any cannabis products coming into their markets to be cultivated and produced […]

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Rules of the Road: Importing and Exporting Cannabis Products Around the World

The cannabis industry is now global. Imports and exports of medical marijuana—once few and far between—are starting to become more common. But without much international harmonization, each country has its own set of rules, making international trade a challenge. Companies that want to export need to comply with domestic regulations, international treaties, destination country regulations […]

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Behind the Scenes: Cannabis Cosmetics and the Infused Products Market

Cosmetics represent the most immediate revenue opportunity for Latin American cannabis companies. In fact, it’s not even necessary to be a licensed producer (LP) to sell cannabis-infused cosmetics. Some LPs have decided to import cannabis ingredients for their cosmetics while they get their domestic grow and extraction operations ready. Others didn’t even apply to become […]

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Indoor, Outdoor, Greenhouse: Tips and Tools for A Successful Cultivation Operation

Many Latin American regions are known for having ideal growing conditions, yet in this new legal industry, there’s no international standard for how cannabis should be grown. From outdoor to indoor—with very basic or very sophisticated greenhouses in the middle—companies are faced with different infrastructure and processing options that will have significant impact on their […]

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