“Category of the Future:” The Case for Sublingual Strips
By Alex Halperin
Nov 30, 2020
Nov 30, 2020
In November, Kin Slips and Olo, California's two leading makers of cannabis-infused sublingual strips, announced a merger to form a dominant operator in the niche product category. In an interview with WeedWeek, Andrew Lobo, the former Olo executive who's now...
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