How to Open a THC Infused Edible Company January 10, 2020
Edibles (THC Infused) have long been an area where rapid growth is anticipated. a marijuana market research company has put a number to it: $4.1 billion.That’s the amount consumers in the United States and Canada are expected to spend on marijuana edibles by 2022, according to projections in a report from ArcView Market Research and BDS Analytics. It seems far from a pie-in-the-sky estimate considering consumers in both countries spent $1 billion on edibles in 2017. Marijuana edibles have moved so fast into the mainstream that they were named a food trend of the year for 2018 and have quickly created opportunities for entrepreneurs. Read More
Opening a THC infused Edibles Company involves more than recipe and dosage development. It requires permits, inspections, licensing, real estate, building modifications, POS, SOPs, human resources, suppliers, packaging, labeling, quality control, security, tracking, and compliance. Edible manufacturers are required to adhere to Health Department regulations covering food safety, handling, storage, commercial kitchen requirements and a multitude of details and unforeseen issues.
The course is taught by instructors experienced in opening and managing marijuana infused manufacturing companies. Their expertise will eliminate the “learning curve” enabling you to open sooner. Their “real world knowledge” will help you avoid costly mis-steps that can sabotage your business’s success.
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