Applying agriculture and food sciences to improve the potential of cannabis and hemp plants.
Cultivating cannabis and hemp or producing cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids through fermentation.
Processing cannabis and hemp into finished products, which could include oils, concentrates, and various consumer packaged goods.
Research and development for medical treatments using cannabis and hemp-derived ingredients. This category also encompasses the production of non-plant-derived cannabinoids.
Branded consumer products containing cannabis and/or hemp, including edibles, beverages, inhalables, and cosmetics. This category also includes cannabis consumption accessories.
Cannabis and hemp products that are generally intended to promote health benefits or self care.
Physical devices and tools designed to enhance the cannabis consumption experience or streamline production. Product features may include, but are not limited to, dosage control and biochemical analysis.
Software designed to enhance consumer and patient experiences, streamline the cannabis supply chain and daily operations, ensure compliance with applicable regulations, improve brand and product visibility, and facilitate the collection, aggregation, and analysis of data.
Selling and distributing cannabis and/or hemp products. This includes licensed brick and mortar retailers, pharmacies, online consumer marketplaces, delivery services, and others.
News and multimedia about cannabis and/or hemp geared toward consumer, business, and general audiences.