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Cannabis Briefs for November 1, 2022

November 1, 2022

•Craft cannabis producer Root & Bloom is rolling out its products in its home market of Massachusetts. Root & Bloom’s initial lineup of cannabis strains includes Angry Ginger, Bio Diesel, Chem de la Chem, Cherry Pie OG, Ghost Dawg, Lemon OG Haze, and Wedding Cake, which are debuting in eighths, quarters, and pre-rolls across the Bay State. The company’s Massachusetts dispensary partner network numbers 40 locations.

•The Source is introducing a solventless cannabis chocolate as part of its newly launched Camp edible line. The first chocolate bar in the line, Coffee Caramel, will be available at The Source’s five Nevada dispensaries, exclusively made with LA Kush Cake #6 rosin. Each square of chocolate is dosed at 10 milligrams, and the bar, priced at $22, comes with 10 squares. Camp will release four more flavors by the end of the year. Earlier this year, Camp also launched its first line of edible gummies in blackberry, orange, and peach flavors, each dosed at 100 milligrams per pack. In addition to Las Vegas, The Source recently opened its first dispensary in the Massachusetts market.

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