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Money Cannabis edibles to go on sale digitally this morning via Ontario's online store

12:16  16 january  2020
12:16  16 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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  Cannabis edibles to go on sale digitally this morning via Ontario's online store © Provided by The Canadian Press

TORONTO — Cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals will be available for sale through the Ontario Cannabis Store's website this morning.

The province's pot distributor says 70 new items tested by Health Canada can be purchased online as of 9 a.m. local time.

Among the new products are cannabis-infused chocolates, cookies, soft chews, mints, tea and vapes.

These products were made available in physical Ontario cannabis stores earlier this month.

Cannabis topicals, concentrates and beverages are expected to arrive in stores in future months as licensed producers ramp up their manufacturing capacity and introduce new products to the market.

OCS President Cal Bricker says he is hoping the expansion of products will help combat sales of cannabis through the underground market.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 16, 2020.

 

The Canadian Press

'To be expected': Patience urged over limited supply of cannabis edibles .
Cannabis retailers say the appetite for pot-infused edibles is outstripping the supply — and the provincial distributor can’t say when that will change. It’s a replay of what occurred a year ago when logistical and regulatory hurdles created a shortage of cannabis in stores, a bottleneck that led to a six-month halt on new pot shops being approved by regulator-wholesaler Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis. “This was definitely to be expected in a brand new industry,” said AGLC spokeswoman Heather Holmen. She noted 406 cannabis stores have now been approved by the AGLC — by far the most of any province — that share the limited supply.

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