“As the stigma around cannabis lessens, we have focused on a singular goal of ‘mainstreaming marijuana.'"

Though the legal cannabis industry is expected to grow by $50 billion by 2026 and hemp-derived Cannabidiol (CBD) accounted for $190 million in retail sales last year, according to Hemp Business Journal, there are still challenges for cannabis-infused brands and products looking to grow and scale.

Google and Facebook — prime advertising and brand-awareness online spaces — do not allow drug or drug-related promotions on their sites since marijuana is still illegal on the federal level.

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Priya Rao ~ Glossy.co

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