Move over, Marley Natural — the Bob Marley estate’s global cannabis brand poised to launch this year. Another famous weed-worshiping musician is throwing his hat into the retail weed arena.Willie Nelson, 81, let the cat out of the bag at the South by Southwest music festival: Willie’s Reserve branded marijuana will be sold from branded storefronts in states where pot is legal starting next year. “In the next calendar year that there will be movement,” Nelson’s spokesman Michael Bowman told The Daily Beast. “As you can imagine, it’s not a problem in states like Colorado, Washington, Alaska. There’s a pretty clear path on where retail can go.”The retail concept was developed by Nelson’s family, with environmental and social issues in mind. The stores will sell Willie’s Reserve strains, as well as strains from other growers. “There will be our own, and then there will be opportunities for other growers, who meet quality standards,” Bowman said. “It will be like when you walk into a Whole Foods store. Whole Foods has their 365 brand, or you can buy Stonyfield, or you can buy Horizon. It’ll all fall under that umbrella of ‘here’s our core beliefs, and here’s our mission statement,’ and they will be a part of that, to be a part of us.” – Click Here To Visit Article Source