Are Precision Fermented Cannabinoids an Existential Threat to the Cannabis Industry? (Podcast)
Are Precision Fermented Cannabinoids (PFC) an Existential Threat to the Cannabis Industry? I am thrilled to have had an opportunity to discuss this looming and important issue with Jim Plamondon, the author of “Precision Fermented Cannabinoids: Disrupting Cannabis Extracts“, and Heather Allman of the Karma Koala podcast (a sister media outlet to the Cannabis Law Journal).
Cannabinoids made by precision fermentation pose an existential threat to much of the cannabis farming and processing industry. We discussed the underlying of PFCs; the legal issues; the implication for trade; production costs; which jurisdictions will profit; who might be at risk; and a lot more. The Karma Koala podcast also includes music, which I always enjoy.
September 15, 2021
Rod Kight is an international cannabis lawyer. He represents businesses throughout the cannabis industry. Additionally, Rod speaks at cannabis conferences, drafts and presents legislation to foreign governments, is regularly quoted on cannabis matters in the media, and is the editor of the Kight on Cannabis legal blog, which discusses legal issues affecting the cannabis industry. You can contact him by clicking here.
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