Benzinga is reporting the following..
One of the largest purchasers of Oregon’s marijuana, Canadian-based Chalice Brands
owes lots of money to cannabis farmers and producers who are tired of waiting, so they’re taking the company to court.
Chalice purchases products from over 20 Oregon cannabis farms and product makers for its more than 15 dispensaries in addition to its own brands and product lines.
“Chalice is financing its business on the backs of small farmers,” says Marianne Cursetjee, owner of Alibi Cannabis in Clackamas County, just south of Portland. “People are too afraid of saying things out loud because we have no power to collect anything outstanding. I really, truly feel that Chalice is a house of cards.”
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