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Watching the Grass Grow

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2018 was a strong year for Cannabis Industry development; between new regulations to ensure responsible consumption and a record number of legalized states for both recreational and medical marijuana. 2019 is sure to bring more information that can provide health and safety standards to consumption.
At The Coffee Joint, guests experience quality pieces for unbeatable prices, helpful hosts prepared to share information, and a comfortable atmosphere to socialize and celebrate in. We are determined to provide a high standard for responsible consumption and a standard for businesses sharing our path for effective legislation.
Regulations may sound restrictive, but in an effort to provide a public space to consume, the industry will need a way to prove there are ways to consume responsibly, regardless of the use. Medical and Recreational consumers alike are looking for ways to demonstrate a responsible market, one that provides far better outlets for celebration than binge drinking.

Edibles were a strong example of these concerns in 2018. The market took the responsibility to ensure safe consumption by avoiding childrens’ attention, and reaching out to audiences seeking the medical benefits in many case.

Another development in many businesses has been the interior design: Providing a comfortable atmosphere for folks shopping as well as in a consumption space is becoming increasingly important for returning guests. There is no need to exacerbate the artificial paranoia that has originated from an underground market; here in Denver, that is just not necessary as long as we play by the rules. Rules that are still developing in an unfamiliar market, rules that will allow places like The Coffee Joint to provide a reliable space for equal parts education and celebration!

 

Sources:

Leafly – 5 Ways the Cannabis Market has Matured
https://www.leafly.com/news/industry/ways-cannabis-industry-has-matured

Written by Matthew Sheahan

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