Now the Die Has Shaken, Now the Die Must Fall

Now the Die Has Shaken, Now the Die Must Fall

How ANVISA’s Recent Cannabis Update Will Shape the Future of Policy and Global Trade for LatAm Earlier this month, a monumental shift occurred in the largest country in Latin America. On December 3rd, Brazil’s nationalized health care system, ANVISA, approved regulations for procedures pertaining to the manufacturing and importing of medicinal cannabis-based products and the necessary requirements for prescription, sale, and industry supervision. The opening of the Brazil market has been highly anticipated as the global cannabis economy has grown over the past decade. I have spent a lot of time in Latin America over the last several years. HLG has been intimately involved in shaping cannabis policy in numerous countries across the region. Much of this work began when I participated in CannaCosta back in 2015. CannaCosta was LatAm’s first regulated, commercial cannabis marketplace conference, held in San Jose, Costa Rica. Because of that initial event and the relationships built therefrom, I’ve spent a great deal of time working with Latin American policy leaders – Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Panama, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Chile. One of the biggest topics that I address when I’m in Latin America, is that you can’t develop a cannabis economy around an export-only philosophy. To…

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