Get Busy in the Kitchen With Foodmaker Holly Haines Holly Haines likes to describe herself as a “foodmaker” rather than a chef. “I feel like [chef is]not only a title, but also a rank that is earned working in a restaurant. I worked at Subway in high school, but I don’t think that counts.” So […]

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Cooking and Coping: Diana Tsui in Los Angeles, California Cooking And Coping is a series by @HungryEditor profiling people on what they are cooking and how they are coping in this new world as we practice social distancing. Diana Tsui is a writer, editor, and stylist based in Los Angeles, California. She’s currently the editorial […]

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How One Young Entrepreneur’s Simple Fix May Change Cannabis Grinders Forever Zachary McCreedy was looking for an innovative product to create. Something small, simple and reasonably priced, he says, that people use every day. The 26-year-old entrepreneur from Norfolk, Virginia half jokes that he first thought about creating a new kind of spoon. “Spoons are […]

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Ganja Tourism Comes To A Halt in Jamaica CANNABIS CULTURE – The first event to take a hit was the Stepping High Festival, slated for March 20-21st in Negril, on Jamaica’s west coast. It’s the longest running ganja festival in Jamaica and a staple on the event circuit. Ready to make it’s 17th appearance, organiser, […]

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Health Canada Asks Cannabis Industry for Help With COVID-19 Testing Canadian officials are turning to the cannabis industry to see if laboratories typically used to check for cannabinoids can be also used to test for COVID-19. In an email sent to licensed cannabis industry executives on Thursday obtained by BNN Bloomberg, Health Canada acting director […]

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Lack of Protective Gear at Cannabis Labs Could Threaten Weed Supply Labs have been taking protective steps like staggering workers’ shifts and implementing additional sanitation measures. Despite layoffs and downsizing in the cannabis industry over recent months, U.S. cannabis testing labs are still doing a brisk business, even in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. […]

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A Call to the Cannabis Industry to Fight COVID-19 CANNABIS CULTURE – The biggest event of the 21st century, the COVID-19 outbreak, has dominated human behavior and mindshare. For the first time in my life and for most people reading this, the whole world is focused on solving one problem.order to stop the spread and […]

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Mexican Senate Committees approve Cannabis Bill… but Deadline Extended CANNABIS CULTURE – On March 4, 2020, three Mexican Senate Committees approved in a joint session, generally, the cannabis bill – last version circulated on February 28, 2020 (the “Bill”). The Committees’ approval places such Bill on its way to Senate’s general vote.During the meeting, specific […]

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NECANN Launches FREE Cannabis and Hemp Virtual Seminar Series SHARED CONTENT –With conventions on hold nationwide NECANN and its partners are creating online networking and education programs. The New England Cannabis Convention today announced it has launched a free series of Cannabis and Hemp virtual seminars in partnership with NECANN Boston convention exhibitors and sponsors. The weekly series […]

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