Guidelines for Canada’s Cannabis Edibles Tight, but Also Vague
Single-serving products will be limited to 10 milligrams of THC, the psychoactive drug in cannabis.
Legal edible cannabis products coming to retail stores later this year may not be recognizable to consumers who have enjoyed brightly packaged high-potency products from the grey market.
Ottawa’s approach to legalization is decidedly not the disco reggae dance party that legalization activists envisioned when cannabis prohibition ended last year, favouring a more subdued approach to marketing.
It is not clear what kinds of treats will be approved for sale in Canada, as the new guidelines are vague, except to say packaging and products cannot be “appealing to a young person.”
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