It may not seem like the best time to purchase or invest in any business, but cannabis farms throughout California are still being scooped up.
While COVID-19 has left the economy in a state of uncertainty, The Los Angeles Times reported the demand for cannabis actually surged in the immediate wake of state closures, with some . Gov. Gavin Newsom deemed cannabis businesses essential, and sales rose again.
Some theorize the uptick in sales has to do with people largely being stuck at home with not much else to do. Mounting anxiety likely also plays a role. Continue reading