By Omar Sacirbey
Hawaii’s eight medical marijuana license winners have their work cut out for them as they enter what could be a tough initial market in the state.
The winners – announced last week – are allowed to open July 15, but it is unlikely they will have their first harvests ready by then.
When the dispensaries do open, probably late this year, they will face stiff competition from nearly 3,000 caregivers who now can grow MMJ for the state’s 13,000-plus patients.
The bottom line: It could take new dispensaries several years to develop a healthy customer base,
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