The Hemp Benchmarks® Spot Price Index Report is the most comprehensive pricing and regulatory information source for the rapidly growing and evolving U.S. hemp industry.
Our mission is to provide our customers with insight into the U.S. hemp market by delivering unbiased and independent price reporting and analysis of this evolving industry.
With the Hemp Benchmarks® Spot Price Index Report subscription, you will gain access to our monthly reporting on wholesale product pricing across 12+ categories of products, exclusive analysis and commentary, as well as historical pricing and trends.
Jump start your hemp market research with the Hemp Benchmarks® Spot Price Index Report, your source for the most timely and reliable information regarding market fundamentals, supply & demand analysis, and regulatory changes in a volatile commodity market.
Hemp Spot Price Index Report Subscriptions are for a 12-month term that can be paid in 12 monthly payments or 1 annual payment.
Monthly Price Assessments for over 12 hemp and hemp-derived product categories, including:
*NEW* Hemp Extraction and Processing Capacity Statistics for May 2020!
Introducing our hemp extraction and processing capacity statistics with state level breakdown, including:
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