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Sweet Dirt Opens Adult Use Cannabis Store in Bridgton, Maine

Bridgton Location is Sweet Dirt's Third Recreational Cannabis Dispensary in Maine with Additional Stores Opening Later in the Year BRIDGTON,...
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Finding the Flower Within the Weeds

In MG Magazine article, Finding the Flower Within the Weeds, design powerhouse Pulp + Wire, explores case studies of brands preparing to dominate...
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Sweet Dirt Named Top Women-Led Cannabis Brand

Maine Company Ranked #5 in Pioneer Intelligence’s List of Buzz-Generating Women-Led Cannabis Brands ELIOT, Maine, April 20, 2022. Sweet Dirt, a...
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Sweet Dirt Raises the Bar for Sustainable Cannabis

From its inception, Sweet Dirt has focused on growing sustainably. The following is an excerpt from the MJ Brand Insights' article, Sweet Dirt’s...
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How do cannabis strains get their names?

Exploring cannabis strain name origins Ever wondered how weed strains get named? And who does the naming? Check out the 'What's in a Name' article in...
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How Sweet Dirt's Founder and Head of Cultivation Works

Cannabis Business Times presents an inside look at the tools and habits behind Sweet Dirt's Cultivation Operations. In this installment, Sweet Dirt...
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Sweet Dirt Cited as 'Cannabis Brand with Excellent Packaging'

MJ Brand Insights includes Sweet Dirt in list of 'Cannabis Brands with Excellent Packaging' Sweet Dirt was thrilled to represent Maine and New...
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Sweet Dirt Debuts New Line of Maine Cannabis Edibles

Cheddar News and Sweet Dirt talk edibles and clean cannabis Sweet Dirt recently released The Confectioners™, a new line of premium cannabis edibles...
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Sweet Dirt Launches Line of Maine Cannabis Edibles

Maine's Only. Certified Clean Adult-Use Cannabis Cultivator Debuts Gummies, Chocolates, and Caramels
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Reflections on Sweet Dirt’s First Year in Maine’s Adult-Use Cannabis Market

Maine’s first year in the adult-use cannabis market came in like a lamb and went out like a lion. Just a handful of stores opened on day one, but...
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