With so many great cannabis brands releasing exciting new products in new markets, it can be hard to keep track of every release or event. So we’re rounding up a few significant happenings in the industry. This week, we look at releases by Curaleaf and more.
Commonwealth Alternative Care: disposable vape launch
Now available in Massachusetts, Commonwealth Alternative Care (CAC) and vaporizer brand Jupiter Research have teamed up to release the disposable infinity vape in an indica (LA Kush Cake) and hybrid (Cinderella 99) strain.
Kiva Confections: new limited-edition Pride gummies
Dosed at 5 milligrams THC per gummy, Kiva recently launched its annual limited-edition Camino pride gummies in passionfruit punch.
In addition to the new flavor, the brand pledged a $100,000 donation to four organizations that support the LGBTQ community:
- FOLX HRT Care Fund in partnership with the National Black Trans Advocacy Coalition (BTAC)
- The LA LGBT Center’s Transgender Economic Empowerment Project (TEEP)
- The Transgender Law Center
Curaleaf: launch of infused seltzers
Available Friday, May 27 on the East Coast, Curaleaf dropped its new infused seltzers, Endless Coast. Flavors include grapefruit (2.5 milligrams THC and 2.5 milligrams CBD), lemon ginger (2.5 milligrams THC), lime (5 milligrams THC), and orange mango jalapeño (5 milligrams THC).
Cheeba Chews: new live rosin Melts
Colorado-based Cheeba Chews just dropped its new Melts — a live rosin-infused pâte de fruit chew. Released in limited, small-batch quantities, the vegan melts contain 10 milligrams of THC per piece and come in three flavors: strawberry, apricot, and toasted coconut.
Boston Beer Company: new infused iced tea
Boston Beer Company, makers of Samuel Adams and Twisted Tea, entered the cannabis market with the infused beverage line TeaPot. You can find its Good Day Iced Tea, a lemon black tea infused with sativa strains, on dispensary shelves. Each 12-ounce can contains 5 milligrams of THC.
Select: edibles launch in New York
Select is now offering its Nano-Bites at New York dispensaries — the brand’s first edible in the state.
Available: New York
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