Marijuana Edibles & Infused Products

Colorado Edibles Company Expands to Oregon

Denver-based Mary’s Medicinals has entered yet another state, bringing its line of cannabis-infused patches, topicals and capsules to Oregon. The company has teamed up with Oregrown, which describes itself as a “farm-to-cable cannabis company,” to distribute its products there, according to the Cannabist. Aside from Colorado and Oregon, Mary’s Medicinals also sells products in California […]

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4 Colorado Extracts Companies Pass Pesticide Test, One Fails

Several extracts manufacturers passed a pesticide test commissioned recently by The Denver Post, but one company’s products reportedly contained controversial – and possibly toxic – substances. Mahatma Concentrates, a Denver-based extracts company, was found to be selling products that contain three pesticides the state has prohibited from use on commercial marijuana. Mahatma purchased the tainted […]

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Colorado Revises Proposed Edibles ‘Stop Sign’ Rule

Edibles companies in Colorado won’t have to stamp their products with a red stop sign after all. Officials crafting new regulations on marijuana edibles initially proposed a rule that would have required manufacturers to include a symbol resembling a stop sign, emblazoned with the letters “THC,” on such products. But they have since tweaked those […]

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California Edibles Company Raises $1.25M for Expansion

An increasing number of marijuana companies are landing seven-figure financing deals these days as the industry gains legitimacy, and California-based edibles manufacturer Auntie Dolores is now among them. The company announced Monday that it has closed a $1.25 million round of financing to accelerate its expansion across California and eventually help it expand into new […]

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CDC Calls for Strict Edibles Labeling, Public Education

After evaluating a fatal accident that took place last year in Denver, the Center for Disease Control has issued a statement calling on future recreational states to follow Colorado’s lead on labeling, packaging and dosage limitation restrictions. “Other states permitting recreational marijuana use could potentially reduce adverse health effects by considering similar THC limits in […]

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Washington DC grower develops city’s first edible

A Washington DC medical cannabis cultivator has created the city’s first-ever edibles product, several years after dispensaries opened in the nation’s capital. The move allows local dispensaries to cater to patients who prefer to ingest medical marijuana rather than smoke it, which could help convince more people to sign up for MMJ cards. The city’s […]

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