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Cannabis Global Leads With Quality and Innovation

Disrupting a $17 Billion Market

2020 was a breakout year for the American cannabis market, amassing $17.6 billion in sales nationally, marking a 46% increase over 2019. Now, 25 years after the march toward legalization in the United States began, that same market is expected to reach $42 billion by 2026. 

Cannabis Global, Inc. (OTC: CBGL) is a vertically-integrated company leading the industry in the creation of high-quality cannabis products and new technologies. Based in Los Angeles, California, Cannabis Global is enjoying strong Q/Q revenue growth in an industry primed for massive sustained growth in the coming years.

Drawing Intrigue from Investors

Centered in a Growth Industry
While the U.S. is making strides toward federal legalization, individual states continue to see their cannabis markets grow each year. Illinois expanded its legalization to adult-use at the start of 2020, for example, and its $784 million revenue rise represented the largest dollar gain of the year. Meanwhile, Cannabis Global’s home state of California increased its own sales by $586 million, making the Golden State a $3.5 billion cannabis market just five years after it made recreational use legal.

These are just two examples of how the market continues to grow in individual states and why the overall legal, recreational market is projected to reach $73 billion by 2027.

Enjoying the Ride
How does Cannabis Global succeed in creating high-quality products? They are ahead of the curve on research in their industry and have targeted two underserved, up-and-coming sectors of the market: nanotechnologies and cannabis infusion. Their intellectual property and techniques to address each have the potential to disrupt the entire industry.

Leading in Research and Innovation

Browsing through published media on Cannabis Global or flipping through the several patent applications the company has filed reveals two phrases: cannabis infusion and nanoparticle technologies

These terms represent a heavy focus for Cannabis Global and serve as a window for investors to see into potential future success, with the bulk of their research and development aimed at each.

What Is Cannabis Infusion?

Many everyday products are infused with cannabis, their extracts, or even the flavors and aromas of cannabis. This goes for everything from beauty products to oils for cooking, snack foods, drinks, and more. 

Cannabis Global believes one of the most underserved marketplaces relates to the delivery of these extracts to the human body. For many cannabis-based brands, infusion is done by spraying an extract over the product. Cannabis Global exceeds that status quo with their infused products. 

Prior to the passing of the Farm Bill of 2018, which made hemp legal at the federal level, research into cannabis and hemp infusion was severely limited. In response, the company began investing heavily into the research and development of new technologies that will advance administering cannabinoids to the human body. By January of 2020, they had already filed five patents on hemp extract technologies and delivery systems alone.

What Are Nanoparticle Technologies?

Cannabinoids are hydrophobic, making them inefficient for the human body to absorb. This presents a massive challenge in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical (eg: nutritional supplements) industries where cannabis is used for health purposes. 

Nanotechnology is being hailed as the next big thing in the cannabis industry, breaking down molecules and possibly increasing their bioavailability in the human body. This allows for cannabis products to be more accurately dosed and effective when used for pharmaceutical purposes, as well as making cannabis a more viable alternative to mainstream medicine. 

In July CBGL released the details of its most recent non-provisional patent application for electrosprayed and electrospun cannabinoid compositions. Their invention will allow makers of cannabis products to create them with “selectable release parameters,” which has applications to both slow-release cannabinoids and fast-acting cannabinoid deliveries in beverages, foods, topical treatments, and other applications.

Cannabis Global Products:

“In crowded, highly competitive Southern California, we need to have unique products, and that is exactly what we have created,”  CEO of Cannabis Global, Arman Tabatabaei said earlier this year. “We are confident that cannabis consumers and our investors will be impressed with our new products. We have undoubtedly taken a product track toward ultra-premium products, as we believe this underserved area shows increasing consumer interest.” 

As majority owner of licensed cannabis manufacturer Natural Plant Extract (NPE) and licensed distribution company Northern Light Distribution, Cannabis Global has introduced multiple branded products in their field, from top-shelf cannabis flower products to stevia-enhanced cannabis candies and more. 

There are several products in production as well as available to the public through Cannabis Global, Natural Plant Extract, and Northern Lights Distribution. Below is another product recently released by Cannabis Global:

Comply Bag

Consumer products get plenty of attention, but products that an entire industry can rely on and put to use can be game changers. As the United States makes strides toward federal legalization, the shipping of cannabis-based products must be safe, secure, traceable, and in compliance with the regulations of individual states. 

Comply Bag is a clear container designed for the delivery of cannabis products, equipped with tamper-evident seams and sequential numbering containing both the tracking information and product information. This ensures that what’s manufactured and shipped is exactly what is delivered and eventually purchased by a consumer. 

“Cannabis is a big business, and as business continues to expand, it is even more vital to track and secure all shipments,” CEO of Cannabis Global, Arman Tabatabaei says. Tracking and securing shipments will be increasingly critical as the potential for national legalization materializes, and interstate commerce becomes more probable.


Market Outlook and Federal Legalization

Most U.S. states have legalized marijuana to varying degrees, some for medical use only while others permit recreational use. Most recently, 15 states had a cannabis legalization measure on their 2020 election ballots and all 15 voted in favor, creating a sweep for the industry. It’s also an indication of growing favor toward cannabis for medical use and recreational use within the public’s consciousness. 

As an industry, each new state to join the legalization trend creates a brand new market for distributors of cannabis products. The number of cannabis consumers is expected to continue to grow, with close to 50 million consumers by 2025. And even with the threat of economic depression due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cannabis sales experienced a massive financial boom throughout 2020, suggesting it may be a recession-proof industry. 

“It’s unclear which cannabis sector trends will actually be codified in major policy changes,” Cannabis Global wrote in early 2021. “While it’s true the democrats have control over Congress, their hold over the Senate is very slim,” acknowledging that cannabis policy change will continue through “piecemeal legislation.”

Why Cannabis Global?

Cannabis Global is thriving in a growing industry, with the potential to become a leader as the global market drives towards its projected $91.5 billion in revenue by 2028. Their branded products give consumers quality that is always in demand. But their continued efforts to contribute innovative and exciting intellectual property to the industry is something that can truly give investors optimism.

Press Releases:


Arman Tabatabaei, CEO & Chairman

Arman Tabatabaei is the founder of Cannabis Global and holds nearly two decades of experience in management and operations. He’s helped revamp operations at Sugarmade, Inc’s hydroponic growth supplies initiatives, as well as consulted with Cannabis Strategic Ventures on growth initiatives in cannabis cultivation and hemp-related retail operations.

Edward Manolos,

One of Cannabis Global’s founders, Edward Manolos is hailed as a pioneer in California’s medical marijuana industry. He opened Los Angeles’ first medical marijuana dispensary in 2004 and has managed and operated more than 35 between LA and San Jose since. Along with holding other positions in the field, Mr. Manolos also founded Natural Plant Extracts of California, securing distribution and delivery licenses and distribution contracts with some of the state’s largest Cannabis brands.




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  • Date Issued - 01/16/2021

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