Organic flour and local butter are weighed and loaded into a giant electric mixer. Freshly baked cookies cool, then ride a conveyor belt through a machine that will package them in cellophane.
It all looks like a typical bakery — until the finished goods are loaded into the “Quarantine Room.” That’s where, under Washington state law, the marijuana-infused edibles of Seattle’s The Goodship must stay for 24 hours under video surveillance.
Elsewhere, the company must compile information available to law enforcement listing which individually bar-coded marijuana plants were used in the baking process, and where the cookies are headed.
These cannabis treats are made and sold in Washington state, but entrepreneur Jody Hall wants to jump into the cannabis market in California, where the substance became legal this