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California Sues Lowell Herb Co. For Unlicensed Processing

The California Dept. of Food and Agriculture is suing California brand Lowell Herb Co. and associated entities for allegedly engaging in commercial cannabis activity without a license.

  • Update: Lowell responds “During the industry’s transition in 2018, Lowell was working through a licensed third-party operator who had a lapse in their license. Thankfully the state is now caught up issuing new licenses, and we are currently operating in Los Angeles with both our Distribution and Type 6 Manufacturing licenses.   Our team will be reaching out to the CDFA to address their concerns for the issues that arose from the lapse in this license.”

Lowell attracted attention this year for opening California’s first cannabis restaurant. Before the suit landed, it said it was dropping “Lowell” from the restaurant’s name.
L.A. Magazine

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Published: December 17, 2019
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