Good news for the cannabis tasting experts. It’s been almost three months since the legalization of edible marijuana products in Canada. This means that you can eventually buy cannabis cakes and the like from the local store. At least in theory.
As you can see, after a year of picky bans in Canada’s Entertainment Week for October 17, 2019, it was officially approved by the federal government.
Due to Canadian Health Ministry regulations, a new product must go through a testing period at least 60 days before the sales approval, while no one can sell products in October.
The sixty days ended December 17, and cannabis retailers were finally invited to eat on the food shelves, extracts, and products.
Unfortunately, selling marijuana candy sticks to people in Ontario, Quebec, and Alberta is not as easy as getting a federal permit.
Three districts have their distribution systems and announced that marijuana would not be available online or in stores until early next year.
Licensed growers are working hard to obtain the first batch of edible THC products, approved by the Canadian Ministry of Health, off the shelves in Saskatchewan, British Columbia. Just in time for Christmas on the East Coast, CBC News reports.
“Our teams are having sleepover parties at the office to be ready to receive and process orders for shipment when they start to come in at 12:01,” Aurora Cannabis spokeswoman said Monday. “[It’s a] nice way to have some fun with this industry milestone, given that we are ready to go right out of the gate.”
For many Canadians, their time hunting for large quantities of cannabis 2.0 is still limited.
Bloomberg notes that although THC products are already available in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia does not plan to deliver these products to stores until December 23.
New Brunswick retailers will receive a limited number of new products in the coming days, while in British Columbia, they will hit stores “in late December. ”
Everything has to be restricted before New Year’s dealers, at least compared to what is expected in early 2020, because by then, some of the country’s largest manufacturers have banned emissions.
“We want to be doubly sure that our products are safe,” said Sebastian St. Louis, CEO of Hexo Bloomberg, speaking his company will introduce new meat products for the next cannabis generation. The first half of next year.
“We’re waiting from data [from third-party testing] to make sure there are no adverse reactions.”
The idea is to be safer than sorry.