Gummies And Mints Are Hits In The Edible Marijuana Market
“Gummies and mints are turning out to be hits at recreational dispensaries. In Colorado, Americanna’s Sour Leaf Gummies was the top seller in marijuana shops for 2016 and in Washington State, Mr. Moxey’s Mints are the big winner. ‘From the beginning, cannabis consumers embraced our gummies as well as our approach to crafting edibles,’ said Americanna CEO and founder Dan Anglin.”
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“In an industry under constant scrutiny, the Americanna team decided to create the most socially responsible cannabis gummy in the Colorado marketplace. Since their inception, full transparency has been a top priority for Americanna; labelling is clear and consistent, in the hopes of reducing accidental consumption.”
“Americanna scored a coup in 2016: Its Sour Leaf Gummies were among the top-selling recreational edibles in Colorado.
Moreover, Boulder-based Americanna accomplished that feat in just eight months. The company unveiled its cannabis leaf-shaped gummy in the spring of 2016. By the second half of the year it had climbed to the No. 1 spot and finished the entire year at No. 2 by volume and revenue, according to the data company BDS Analytics.”
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“This is about freedom,” says Anglin. “It’s about the right of adult consumers to make the choice of what type of product they want to consume, whether it’s beer, wine or marijuana. It should be up to the person as an adult. They should have that freedom, and not go to jail or lose their job.”
“’We support sensible regulations that prevent minors from accidentally ingesting infused edible products or trying to conceal cannabis products from adults and authorities,’ said Americanna founder and CEO Dan Anglin, a Marine Corps veteran and chairman of the Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce.”
Arkansas’s medical marijuana program is starting to take shape, nearly six months after voters approved the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Amendment. Arkansas is now one of 29 states where medical cannabis is legal.
There are many unanswered questions, and those involved in getting the system set up have likened it to creating a “mini Food and Drug Administration” from scratch.
On Tuesday, the Clinton School of Public Service hosted a forum on medical marijuana legalization. Two of the panelists, Erik Williams and Dan Anglin, joined Capitol View’s Jessi Turnure to explain what the state should expect moving forward.