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.
A look at some of the new edibles and tea that will be distributed to retail stores. #onpoli #cannabis pic.twitter.com/0w9u68PwhH— NEWSTALK1010 (@NEWSTALK1010) January 3, 2020
New products are expected to be made available for purchase from the province’s online retail website on January 16.
Here’s a quick look at the initial edibles that will be made available and be shipped out to licences stores across Ontario beginning on Monday. @CityNews pic.twitter.com/BqsgDaGS8q— Adrian Ghobrial (@CityAdrian) January 3, 2020
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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