The mainstream media continues to drink in the latest cannabis investing deals coming from big alcohol – like Constellation Brands Inc. (NYSE: STZ) and Molson Coors Brewing Co. (NYSE: TAP) – as if it's the only show in town when it comes to this space.
I'm looking hard at cannabis' craft and organic market, and I like what I see.
It's a big deal – according to Zion Market Research, as of 2017, the North American market for all organic products was already worth $124.7 billion.
And that could nearly triple over the next five to six years. It's easy to see how.
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Just look at how many Amazon.com Inc.-owned (NASDAQ: AMZN) Whole Foods stores are around North America these days. Or think about how easy it is to find those "certified organic" products in traditional grocery stores or even Walmart these days.
In the center of this $124.7 billion niche is a Canadian company called The Green Organic Dutchman (OTC: TGODF).
On Wednesday, TGOD launched its line of premium, certified organic products in advance of Canada's Oct. 17, 2018, full legalization of cannabis.
TGOD is a company every investor should know.
The company raised more money – through retail investors, not the institutional insiders – than any IPO in Canadian cannabis industry history.
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Spearheading that IPO effort was Danny Brody, a vice president at TGOD.
Brody was a cornerstone of the team that successfully took TGOD public, and before it, in December 2016, Emblem Corp. (OTC: EMMBF). He's currently preparing the launch of a TGOD spin-off that will focus on non-Canadian cannabis assets.
Our research team interviewed Brody this summer in the red-hot epicenter of the marijuana industry: Ontario, Canada.
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