Hemp Gazette wrote an article covering Ananda Hemp’s clinical trail. “… the race is on to be the first to market to tap into the pent-up demand in Australia for OTC CBD. Targeting restless sleepers, Southern Cross University researchers have commenced a Phase IIb double blind, randomised, placebo-controlled, multi-site clinical trial funded Australia’s Ecofibre. Ecofibre […]
Innovation & Tech Today published an article featuring Hemp Black. “This U.S.-based textile company is fusing hemp with sustainable polymers to create disruptive new materials.” Read more on their website: Read the full article
Magnetic Magazine wrote an article featuring Ananda Health and Hemp Black. “Hemp truly has the potential to be used in a large majority of our food, clothing, medicine, and fabrics and is one of the keys to the future of sustainability.” Read more on the Magnetic Magazine website. Read the full article
Here we are inspecting the crop for next year’s products. Working hand-in-hand with Kentucky farmers who have partnered with Ecofibre, we have full traceability of our products from the seed all the way to the end customers.
R.M. Williams investigates the growth of hemp as a farm crop, and 3 of the biggest players in the Australian hemp market including Ananda Food – one of Ecofibre’s Australia subsidiary companies. Download the PDF here: PDF Or read the PDF embedded here in our website:
The Sydney Morning Herald published a long, in-depth article detailing Ecofibre Chairman Barry Lambert’s journey from successful business man to cannabis entrepreneur.
Ecofibre’s Chief Scientist Alex Capano was featured as part of a story into the state of advertising in the CBD market.
We have made a lot of progress in designing our future Georgetown, KY headquarters. The Preliminary Development Plan is now on display with the Planning Commission. These accompanying drawings give a sneak peek at the concept and we look forward to breaking ground once we have received the necessary approvals.
In this article, The Inquirer reports on the university’s investment in Ecofibre as a strategic partner, gaining the university an extra $1.1m worth of value from the surge in share price in the days after Ecofibre’s IPO.