The exclusive legal wholesaler of weed in B.C. wants to hear from companies with federal approval to make several nonsmokeable cannabis products.
The B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch has invited licensed producers of cannabis edibles, beverages, topicals, and extracts to respond to a call for these items.
It comes in advance of their legalization on October 17.
“This product call marks an exciting time for the LDB as we work towards introducing new product categories into B.C.’s legal cannabis market,” LDB general manager and CEO Blain Lawson said in a news release. “We are currently working with over 30 licensed producers and look forward to engaging with new suppliers to expand our wholesale product assortment.”
Edible cannabis products may have a maximum of 10 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in each package, according to Health Canada’s regulations. They also can’t contain vitamins, minerals, nicotine, or sweeteners.
In addition, they can’t be presented in ways that would appeal to children.
Extracts are going to be limited to 10 milligrams of THC per unit, but it will be legal to include up to one gram in a package.
Topicals can also include up to one gram of THC per package.
Cannabis beverages are not permitted to include alcohol or be branded with terms that sound like they contain alcohol.
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