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Leaf & tobacco processing

Europe's turntable for legal cannabis

24 Jun 2022. Liberal states are becoming more and more open to the idea of legalising CBD products. As the discussion in Germany heats up, TJI’s editor-in-chief Marc Reisner takes a look at how other countries are handling the cannabis situation.
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“It’s not about getting high”

24 Jun 2022. According to the Federal Drug and Addiction Commissioner, cannabis could soon be made legal in Germany. Die Tabak Zeitung caught up with Nicolas Claise from Buddy Belgium whose company is already active on the market selling CBD products.
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COVID smokescreen clears from India’s FCV tobacco

24 Jun 2022. Over the past two years, COVID-19 left virtually nothing untouched, with production and marketing of tobacco no exception. Indian tobacco was hit as hard, so how did the pandemic impact production, marketing and export of unmanufactured flue-cured Virginia tobacco which is one of India’s most lucrative agricultural export commodities.
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Tobacco growing in Zambia

24 Jun 2022. Today, Africa takes a central place in the tobacco growing universe. Millions of people are involved in the region‘s tobacco ecosystem and make a living out of the golden leaf trade.
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Zimbabwe: Farmers risk jail for contract default

24 Jun 2022. “Side marketing” of tobacco was a common crime for which transgressors went away with a blacklisting. The punishment, if ever it was one, was largely symbolic as the farmer would simply sign up with a rival contractor, leaving the former contractor counting their losses. However, the transgression is now punishable by a jail term.
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Tobacco market in Fiji

24 Jun 2022. When you think of Fiji, the turquoise sea, endless beaches and maybe even rugby come to mind. Hardly anyone associates the archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean with tobacco. TJI takes a closer look at BAT’s Star Farmers Programme.
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