Washington State Approves First Producer Of Pot Edibles

Washington approves the first processor of marijuana edibles.

WASHINGTON:  A Seattle-based company that makes marijuana-infused drinks and candies has become the first business in Washington approved to make edible pot products for the state’s newly opened stores, officials said Wednesday. Db3 Inc, which will trade under the brand name Zoots, received its license on Tuesday, meaning it can begin growing marijuana and using Read the full article…

Dutch Maker Of Medical Marijuana Considers Supplying Canada

"Offering more varieties is the first thing," Bedrocan director Tjalling Erkelens said this week from Veendam. "I think that's very important to patients, that they have this possibility to choose different varieties."

CANADA:  A Dutch company is interested in supplying marijuana to Canada’s medical pot users, a service currently provided by a Saskatoon company with an operation in Flin Flon, Man., near the Saskatchewan border. Bedrocan B.V. has been producing medical-grade marijuana for the government of the Netherlands for six years. The company is contemplating bidding for a Read the full article…

MJ Freeway Releases Software for Marijuana Infusers

MixTracker will anchor MJ Freeway's marijuana processor product line and represents the company's completion of a suite of software products that span all three major categories of the medical and legal marijuana industries: growers, retailers and processors.

COLORADO: MJ Freeway today announced the debut of a new software solution designed exclusively for marijuana processors and infused marijuana product manufacturers. MixTracker is the only software currently available that enables infusers to precisely control, monitor and log the ingredients they use to manufacture marijuana-infused products, such as edibles and extracts. Infused products typically include marijuana Read the full article…