by   |   February 06, 2023

Rose Petal Cones: Festive Fun or Risky Gimmick?

Rose petal cones are a fun holiday novelty, but are they safe for consumers?

by   |   January 18, 2023

Pre Roll Machines: Meeting Consumer Demand Means Mastering Mass Production

Pre roll machines power mass production to help cannabis producers meet increased market demand.

by   |   November 18, 2022

Overdue Improvements to Cannabis Labeling

An informed consumer is a more effective cannabis buyer.

by   |   July 11, 2022

Pre-Roll Packaging Machine Packs to Perfection

Packaging cannabis pre-rolls for the commercial market takes a delicate balance between innovation and experience.

by   |   March 28, 2022

How One Start-Up is Helping Cannabis Consumers Drive Environmental Change

Want to improve recycling efforts for cannabis packaging? There's an app for that!

by   |   March 22, 2022

Cannabis Packaging Designed for Safety

Compliant packaging means meeting specific safety goals, but are single-use plastics the only way?

by   |   December 22, 2021

Top 5 Eco-Friendly Cannabis Packaging Options

As the cannabis industry grows, the knowledge and use of sustainable packaging solutions will depend on thought leaders and businesses alike.

by   |   April 06, 2021

3 Innovations in Cannabis Packaging

Sophisticated packaging innovations go beyond basic compliance requirements.

by   |   November 10, 2020

The Problem with Cannabis Packaging

Plastics continue to plague the world. Could biodegradable packaging curb a colossal problem?

by   |   October 01, 2019

Plastics with Purpose - Hemp Packaging

While consumable hemp is all the rage, we mustn’t overlook the hemp product that aims to save the world.

by   |   August 06, 2018

From College Grads to Environmental Heroes

James Eichner and Ron Basak-Smith, like many other grad students at the University of Colorado-Boulder, worked as a team on a class project in Sustainable Venturing and Business Plan Development in the Fall of 2016. While many grad school projects never materialize past graduation, Eichner and Basak-Smith’s vision blossomed into real opportunity – not only for themselves, but an opportunity for the hemp industry, cannabis retail, the American farmer, and the environment.