LeafLink List Honors Cannabis Brands and Products

LeafLink List Honors Cannabis Brands and Products

The cannabis wholesale platform has ranked brands and products in categories such as bestselling, fastest-growing and best branding.

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November 8, 2018
Melissa Schiller
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LeafLink has launched a list to measure how cannabis brands and products are securing shelf space in dispensaries and finding success in this increasingly competitive market.

The LeafLink List ranks brands and products in several categories, including bestselling, fastest-growing and best branding. Companies honored on the list will receive a badge that can be used on their packaging and websites to note the recognition.

“We’re excited to introduce LeafLink List as a way to recognize some of the incredible brands on our platform,” said CEO and Co-Founder Ryan G. Smith, in a press release. “It’s amazing to see how powerfully retailers respond to high quality, beautifully branded products on LeafLink. LeafLink List is not only a celebration of ingenuity and quality among today’s growing cannabis brands, but also of the rich community of purchasing managers who use LeafLink to educate themselves on the latest and greatest products available to them.”

LeafLink is a cannabis wholesale platform that connects more than 2,500 retailers and 700 brands. It has become one of the largest sources of industry wholesale data, currently processing 11 percent of all wholesale orders.

In Top Brands, the inaugural 2018 LeafLink List names California’s dosist as the No. 1 best-selling brand and Colorado’s Summit as the No.1 fastest-growing brand. LeafLink Customer Favorites, brands that were honored for their dedication to excellent retailer responsiveness and service on LeafLink’s platform, include Alaska’s Good Titrations, Nevada’s Green Harvest and California’s Greenstone Distribution in the first through third spots, respectively.

In the Diversity in Leadership category, Wana Brands took first place for best-selling brand, while Colorado-based Jade and Jane was ranked the fastest-growing brand.

Oregon’s Smokiez was named No. 1 for best advertising campaigns on LeafLink in the Best Branding and Advertising category, while Maryland’s Prime Extracts took the top spot for best branding on LeafLink.

Products honored include Wana Brands’ Sour Gummies, which were ranked the No. 1 best-selling edibles. CI Wholesales’ Devour Gummies took first place for fastest-growing edibles.

Roots’ Blue Dream CCELL Vape Cartridge secured the top spot in the best-selling vaporizers category, and Timeless Vapes’ Alaskan Thunder F*ck – 500 mg was named the No. 1 fastest-growing.

Siskiyou Sungrown’s Cannabis Oil – THC was named the No. 1 best-selling concentrate, while Nature’s Medicine secured the top spot in the fastest-growing category with its Blue Suede Zkittles Shatter (1 g).

In the Flower and Pre-Rolls category, Caviar Gold’s Cavi J was named the No. 1 best-selling product, while oreKron’s Lemon OG secured the top spot in the fastest-growing category.

Evolab won first place in the best-selling medical category with its Alchemy 500 mg cartridge, while Timeless Vapes’ Blue Cheese 100 mg took the top spot in the fastest-growing category.

Finally, Apothecanna’s Extra Strength Relieving Cream was named the No. 1 best-selling topical and transdermal, while Kindred’s Relief Massage Oil was honored as the No. 1 fastest-growing product in the category.

The full list is available on LeafLink’s website.

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