Grown Rogue: A Leading Seed-to-Experience Cannabis Brand — CFN Media – GlobeNewswire (press release)
Seattle, Washington, July 03, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CFN Media Group (“CFN Media”), the leading agency and financial media network dedicated to the North American cannabis industry, today announced publication of an article covering Grown Rogue. The company is a ‘seed-to-experience’ cannabis brand with a focus on environment, community, and education. With over 50 years of combined cultivation experience, the company develops top-shelf flower and extract products with unparalleled transparency and integrity. All of the Grown Rogue products are Clean-Green Certified and classified by experience or “effect” based on a scientific study designed by research psychologists at University of California – Santa Barbara. The team began in Oregon and plans to continue expanding in California and Nevada where recreational and medical cannabis has been legalized.The cannabis industry is projected to exceed $50 billion by 2026, according to Cowen & Co., driven by the legalization of medical and adult-use cannabis across a growing number of states. While the federal government is making progress towards legalization, many states have introduced their own medical or recreational programs that have seen enormous success. Investors may want to take a look at companies building market share in these states.Click Here to Receive a Going Public Alert.
Highest Standards Growing OperationsGrown Rogue has both state of the art indoor and outdoor cultivation operations that work together to produce an industry-leading line-up of cannabis products.The company’s two outdoor operations are located in the world famous Rogue Valley region of Southern Oregon, one of the most well renowned cannabis production areas in the entire world. With a diverse microclimate, the company’s experienced team produces the most consistent and high-quality products in the market.The company’s two outdoor growing operations include:Manzanita Glen – A wide open valley with individual cedar beds nestled between groves of manzanitas and madrones.Trails End – The