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Distribution emerging as important cog in California’s marijuana supply chain

26 Oct Distribution emerging as important cog in California’s marijuana supply chain

By John Schroyer A new niche sector within the larger marijuana industry is developing in California: independent distribution firms that don’t produce their own cannabis products. Such companies – which often act as inventory clearinghouses for existing dispensaries and other plant-touching businesses – are a relatively new phenomenon in California. “It has ramped up in a formal sense,” said Lauren Fraser, the founding director of the Cannabis Distribution Association (CDA), which was established in 2016 as a wing of the California Growers Association. The distribution sector has emerged due to changes to the state’s cannabis market ... Distribution emerging as important cog in California’s marijuana supply chain is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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