Marijuana Edibles & Infused Products

Immense Colorado Edibles Recall Tied to Pesticides

Two Colorado companies have issued new recalls involving almost 30,000 edibles after discovering that cannabis trim they purchased earlier in the year was tied to the use of banned pesticides. The recall is the largest in state history involving cannabis edibles, according to the Denver Post. Gaia’s Garden issued a recall for roughly 8,000 edibles on Tuesday, and […]

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G FarmaLabs Names New CEO

One of the most visible edibles brands in California announced on Wednesday that its founder and longtime CEO, Ata Gonzalez, is moving into a consulting role and will step down as head of the company. The new CEO, Dr. Cristina Gonzalez, is a licensed pharmacist in two states and will oversee the company’s continued expansion. She’s also […]

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Trademark Battle Over Edibles Brand Name

A legal battle is escalating in Colorado over trademark issues tied to a marijuana edibles brand – something the industry could see more of as it grows and matures. Businessman Scott Bergin is counter-suing his former employer, Green Cross Colorado, saying that the company agreed to give him ownership of the EdiPure name, according to BusinessDen. […]

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Another Edibles Company Moving Into New States

It’s happening again. Medically Correct, the Colorado-based manufacturer of the popular edibles brand Incredibles, has found partners in other states to set up kitchens and bring its products to new markets. Incredibles will soon be available in California, Arizona and Nevada, said founder Bob Eschino. “We’ve been working on it for it seems like years,” Eschino […]

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Edibles Company Wana Expands Across State Lines

Yet another edibles provider is expanding beyond its home state in a bid to develop a national cannabis brand. Colorado-based Wana Brands has partnered with a dispensary in Oregon and another in Nevada to bring its products to both states. The dispensaries will manufacture Wana’s product line and serve as wholesale distributors. Wana plans to begin selling […]

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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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