Cannabis drinks are already big business, and they’re growing fast.

When people think about cannabis, the first thing that comes to mind is usually smoking it, then vaping it or eating it inside an edible.

Until recently, the idea of drinking cannabis wasn’t really on most people’s radars. But that’s starting to change.

For example, this summer in San Francisco, the Beverage Trade Network is hosting its first Cannabis Drinks Expo to discuss canna-beverages, which are expected to be a $1.4 billion market by 2023, according to Zenith Global. 

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Nick Kovacevich ~ Forbes.com

 

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