Edible cannabis maker expands to California

Nothing on the outside of Lunchbox Alchemy’s plain, red and gray building in Bend hints at the thrum of enthusiasm inside where workers talk about new flavors, new products and new markets.

In the Layton Avenue building 40 employees come together daily to make edible cannabis-infused products that they call squibs, shrapnel and macaroons.

These gummy candies, hard candies and cookies are the same products that Lunchbox plans to start manufacturing next month when it opens an 11,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Santa Rosa, California, said Burl Bryson, Lunchbox Alchemy chief executive officer.

The expansion to California, which started recreational cannabis sales in January, could position Lunchbox as a brand in a

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