Craft cannabis producers are limited to selling through bigger processors.
The executive director of an umbrella group representing about three dozen farmers’ markets in Nova Scotia says craft cannabis should be allowed to be sold at market booths.
“The farmers’ market could be the perfect place for that type of product to be sold in a safe and controlled environment,” said Justin Cantafio, executive director of Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia.
He was responding to a CBC story about the challenges facing cannabis micro-cultivators who have a Health Canada licence to grow their product, but not to process and sell it directly to consumers.
– Read the entire article at CBC News.