(St. Paul, MN) -- New data from Minnesota shows at least 2,360 hemp-based edibles shops have registered with the state.
This comes after a new law started on Monday, which requires businesses with hemp-based edibles to register with the state. This includes businesses outside of Minnesota who have registered with the state's Department of Health.
"Per Minnesota statute, effective Oct. 2, 2023, all establishments (including exclusive liquor stores) that sell hemp-derived cannabinoid products must register with the State of Minnesota before they sell any hemp-derived cannabinoid product, "says a statement on the Minnesota Department of Health website.
You can find more information about the Minnesota Office of Cannabis Management by clicking here.