Cannabis Briefs for December 20, 2022December 20, 2022
•Irvine, California-based Medterra announced a national distribution partnership with Gopuff for its line of CBD products. Medterra’s wares initially launched on the e-commerce delivery service last summer in Arizona, California, Pennsylvania, and Illinois and are now available in 26 additional markets, with further expansion plans set for next year. The full line-up of Medterra selections available on Gopuff includes 500mg CBD oil ($40), two varieties of CBD gummies ($46) and CBD Calming pet chews ($30), among others. Medterra was founded in 2017.
•Tallahassee, Florida-based Trulieve announced partnerships with two California cannabis brands: AlienLabs and Connected Cannabis. Trulieve is the leading medical cannabis company in its home state. Through these partnerships Trulieve will offer Connected Cannabis’s strains El Jefe, Gelonade, and Nightshade and AlienLabs’ strains Xeno and Kryptochronic at select Florida locations beginning this month. “Trulieve consistently seeks ways to introduce new products and better serve our patients,” said Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve.
•Seattle, Washington-based Jones Soda is launching new cannabis-infused syrups for its Mary Jones line. The syrups, meant for mixing into other drinks, come in the same flavors as the Mary Jones sodas released over the past few months, including Root Beer, Berry Lemonade, Green Apple, and Orange & Cream. Each flavor is packaged in a 4-ounce bottle containing 100mg of THC. Sweet Flower dispensaries are the exclusive launch partner for Mary Jones Syrups, debuting at several around Los Angeles this week.
•Wakefield, Massachusetts-based Curaleaf is launching the third product in its Farmer’s Select line. Made in collaboration with Santa Barbara County-based Autumn Brands, the third Farmer’s Select uses Autumn Brands’ limited-batch cannabis flower to create Select Elite Live Oil. The limited-edition release is now available at dispensaries across California in the strains Jetlato (sativa), Pineapple MAC (hybrid), and Banana Jelly (indica). Autumn Brands grows its cannabis using sustainable farming techniques, natural sunlight, and no-spray cultivation. The two previous Farmer’s Select releases, made in conjunction with Sonoma Hills Farm last April and Delighted Farms in July, sold out in less than two weeks.Subscribe to Shanken News Daily’s Email Newsletter, delivered to your inbox each morning. You will also receive the Cannabis edition as part of your subscription.
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