Oct 30 (Reuters) - Constellation Brands Inc has bought a nearly 10 percent stake in Canadian cannabis maker Canopy Growth Corp for about C$245 million ($191 million), the first major wine, beer and spirits producer to invest in legal cannabis. The move by the maker of Corona beer and Svedka vodka comes as Canada and a growing number of U.S. states move to legalise marijuana for recreational use, raising questionmarks over its illegal status at the U.S. Federal level.
Constellation Brands Inc (>> Constellation Brands, Inc.) has bought a nearly 10 percent stake in Canadian cannabis maker Canopy Growth Corp (>> Canopy Growth Corp) for about C$245 million ($191 million), the first major wine, beer and spirits producer to invest in legal cannabis.
Constellation Brands Inc. has bought a nearly 10 percent stake in Canadian cannabis maker Canopy Growth Corp. for about $191 million, the first major wine, beer and spirits producer to invest in legal cannabis.The move by the maker of Corona beer and Svedka vodka comes as Canada and a growing number of U.S. states move to legalize marijuana for recreational use, raising question marks over its illegal status at the U.S. Federal level.Constellation said it had no plans to market cannabis or...
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