Controversial Cannabis Technology at CES 2020

Award-winning products that couldn't appear at official CES events—let alone the main show floor

Mirroring CTA’s blunder at CES 2019—where they first awarded sex-tech company Lora DiCarlo with an Innovation Award in robotics for their pleasure device, Osé, then revoked it without sufficient reasoning—one cannabis company faced a similar fate at CES 2020. KEEP, a biometric-login cannabis storage box received a 2020 Innovation Award as a home storage device—even though the CTA was wholly aware that it was designed …

Live Resin Project, a Cannabis Brand Focused on the Plant’s Purest Essence

Focusing on the complexity of fresh frozen flowers, the brand brings forth each strain's specific flavor, aroma and character

Long subject to unfair and ill-informed legislation and policing—and thus massively underserved regarding clinical research studies—cannabis seems more poised than ever to see widespread legalization and proper acknowledgement of its medicinal and recreational value. An increasingly crowded marketplace sees new brands and products introduced daily; some focus on specific effects (inspiration, arousal, relaxation, etc) while others offer new form factors, delicious flavors or prolonged potency. …

Previewing Gusto Green’s Terpene- and Plant-Based Menu

Set to open in 2020 in DTLA, a cannabis-adjacent restaurant with a focus on clean eating

DTLA’s upcoming Gusto Green, which will have a focus on healthy, clean eating, won’t be opening until winter 2020, but attendees at this year’s Summit were able to preview their food at the proposed S Hill St location. The ground-floor space is part of the block between 7th and 8th Streets, all of which is being currently overhauled with offices, event spaces and a cannabis …