BC Craft Farmers Co-op combats ‘predatory practices’
Published on December 17, 2021 by oz. staff
The BC Craft Farmers Co-op (BCCFC) is establishing a ‘concierge service’ that offers access to already vetted consultants in an effort to protect members from predatory practices.
The co-op says it will provide its members with exclusive access to a roster of qualified and pre-approved cannabis consultants who want to help BC’s craft cannabis sector reach its full potential in the legal market.
“In response to concerns from BCCFC members about predatory practices of some cannabis consultants, BCCFC published a ‘Help Wanted’ notice earlier this year inviting reputable quality assurance and cannabis licensing professionals to join an exclusive roster for members-only,” says the BCCFC.
BCCFC president Nicole Post says they’ve approved the first set of consultants who can help with the process of transitioning from legacy to legal, including licensing and marketing.
Email [email protected] for info about becoming a contractor or a client.
The BCCFC was founded to help B.C.’s small cannabis producers and processors access the legal market.