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Ontario Cannabis Store edibles will be available next week

The Ontario Cannabis Store announced today at a press conference that new edible marijuana products will be hitting the shelves as early as next week.

Cannabis edibles have been legal since October, but there's been a delay in getting the products to retail due to a 60-day approval period imposed by Health Canada.

The OCS confirmed at the press conference that a limited number of new products will be shipped to licensed retailers on Monday.

New products are expected to be made available for purchase from the province’s online retail website on January 16.

The edible products include soft chews, milk and dark chocolate bars, and even one type of tea. 

According to the OCS website, edibles will be priced between $7 and $14. 

Other products that will become available as a part of the "Cannabis 2.0" launch include beverages, vapes, topical and extracts. 

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