Israeli medical marijuana grower to shift to the EU amid red tape

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Marijuana plants. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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Recently incorporated medical-cannabis grower Together Pharma is moving some of its greenhouses to the EU amid Israeli red tape that is threatening to strangle the budding industry.

Together Pharma announced on Sunday that it signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with an unnamed European Union country to set up a 30,000 sq.m. greenhouse.

The government reportedly told medical marijuana companies that their cannabis exports would be approved by

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