Your hit of cannabis news for the week of May 6 – 13th.
On the heels of Carl’s Jr. jumping on the CBD train, Oreo cookie maker Mondelez International (also responsible for Chips Ahoy cookies, and Cadbury chocolate) reveals plans to make CBD-infused snacks.
Plans today? Stop by Tokyo Smoke’s grand opening event at the former HMV location at 333 Yonge St and browse the 104 strains on offer. The new store is a partnership with a winner of one of the city’s five cannabis licences, Colin Campbell, and leaves one store left unopened in Toronto.
Kim Kardashian treated friends and family to an entirely CBD-themed baby shower last week. Because, why not?
Canadian retailers can’t keep CBD on shelves in Canada: ‘While licensed producers were preparing for legalization last year, they assumed most of the demand was going to be for cannabis high in THC, the intoxicating ingredient.’
Moosehead teams up with cannabis producer and extractor Sproutly Canada in a new pot drink joint venture. Corona and Budweiser now have some more competition in the weed-beer game.