As cannabis is being infused into mainstream beverages, beauty products, sunscreens, every kind of food imaginable and is now legal in Canada and the majority of the U.S., it seems consumers may have already normalized what was stigmatized not long ago.

Recently, a majority of respondents to a survey put out by the Chicago consulting firm, A.T. Kearney, said that their overall perception of mainstream companies wouldn’t change if said businesses became affiliated with cannabis.

That means for most they wouldn’t get all that more hyped about them or snub them, just continue with consumerism per usual. 

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Mary Schumacher ~ TheFreshToast.com ~

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