Cannabis Prohibition Still Plays an Outsized Role in the Evolution of the Cannabis Industry
WASHINGTON, May 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- New Frontier Data, the leader in actionable cannabis data and business intelligence, releases Cannabis Trends in 2023: Products, Consumers, and the Impact of Prohibition on the Industry. The report examines trends across cannabis and how the history of cannabis prohibition continues to impact the industry as a whole.
“Cannabis prohibition continues to have a profound impact on every face of the cannabis industry, even as more states bring legal markets online and consumption normalizes,” said Gary Allen, New Frontier Data CEO. “From product preferences to social equity programs and everything in between, prohibition has shaped the cannabis narrative. As the cannabis industry seeks to set the record straight, it must address the harms of prohibition head on while meeting the needs of modern cannabis consumers.”
Key findings from the report include:
Cannabis Trends in 2023: Products, Consumers, and the Impact of Prohibition on the Industry contains many more details and findings on the lasting impacts of cannabis prohibition; download a complimentary copy at: https://info.newfrontierdata.com/cannabis-trends-in-2023
About New Frontier Data
Our mission is to inform policy and commercial activity for the global legal cannabis industry. We maintain a neutral position on the merits of cannabis legalization through comprehensive and transparent data analysis and projections that shape industry trends, dynamics, demand and opportunity drivers. Founded in 2014, New Frontier Data is headquartered in Washington, D.C. with a presence in Europe, Latin America and Africa. For more information about New Frontier Data, please visit us at https//www.NewFrontierData.com.
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