CannaCraft’s award-winning brand portfolio is the convergence of industry expertise, cutting-edge technology, and the belief that cannabis has the power to transform lives for the better. California’s most robust brand portfolio offers hundreds of cannabis products masterfully crafted by leading cannabis researchers and scientists.
Formulated in easy-to-use applications, in a variety of doses and cannabinoid profiles, our products are highly customizable to meet our customer’s unique needs. Designed with diverse segments of cannabis users in mind, our portfolio ensures that whatever the cannabis need may be, we have a product to address it.
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Unparalleled in-house manufacturing and R&D combine the latest in cannabis research with cutting-edge manufacturing processes from the food & beverage, and pharmaceutical industries to create effective products that customers know and trust.
Continually recognized for service and conscientiousness, and the recent recipient of the “2020 Community Philanthropy Award”, CannaCraft is comprised of industry experts, professionals, scientists, farmers, and caregivers working to improve our communities for generations to come
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It’s hardly a surprise that many are using cannabis as they struggle through 2020. Cannabis - which has been recognized as an essential business by many states during the pandemic - has seen a big increase in sales since quarantines began last March. Still, many doctors warn that smoking (the most popular way to enjoy cannabis) may increase risks for the novel coronavirus.
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Matt Elmes, a longtime cannabis consumer who has a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular biology, takes to social media for a Q&A.
In this series of articles, Aaron Green interviews a number of industry executives leading manufacturing and extraction companies. In Part 2, Green sits down with Matthew Elmes, director of new product development at CannaCraft to learn about product development and some of the challenges in the industry.