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Retail monopolies will make life harder, not impossible, for small Canadian cannabis growers

26 Oct Retail monopolies will make life harder, not impossible, for small Canadian cannabis growers

By Matt Lamers Smaller marijuana cultivators will have to be more nimble and strategic to succeed in Canadian provinces dominated by government-run retail monopolies, but the sales model itself won’t make doing business impossible, according to industry executives. That’s partly because the demand for adult-use marijuana – following its planned legalization next summer – is widely expected to far outpace supply, meaning every quality gram that’s produced is going to find a buyer. Marijuana Business Daily contacted producers large and small to find out what impact a retail monopoly might have on their business plans. The general consensus: ... Retail monopolies will make life harder, not impossible, for small Canadian cannabis growers is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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