DENVER, Colo. (CBS4) – Medical and retail marijuana dispensaries can no longer buy or sell edibles in the shape of a human, animal, or fruit as part of changes made to the rules for the industry.
The changes go into effect on Sunday and include new labeling requirements.
“I think any industry should always go forward with protecting the children at any cost,” said Scott Durrah of Simply Pure.
Durrah is the co-owner of the medical and recreational dispensary in Denver’s Highlands neighborhood. He specializes in the edibles market for the business.
He sees the concern for making a change in the shape of edibles, but says it comes with a high cost for the industry to comply with the
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