CannaBadge, supports the Smart Colorado-sponsored law requiring marijuana-infused edibles to be clearly identifiable once outside their original packaging. The company, a large manufacturer of edible labels for marijuana products, claims its products are an immediate solution to identifying marijuana products and offers specific suggestions.
PRNewsWire October 23, 2014
NEW YORK, Oct. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — CannaBadge (www.cannabadge.com), the developer of an edible frosting label that is applied on cannabis-infused products such as cakes, cookies, brownies and cupcakes, commented on the recent news that Colorado regulators may ban forms of edible marijuana, until stricter controls on labeling can imposed.
Lawmakers ordered state regulators to require pot-infused edibles to have a distinct look when they are out of the packaging. The order came after concerns that pot-infused treats could be accidentally eaten by children.
“We need to know what is in our food,” said Gina Carbone of the advocacy group Smart Colorado, which says edible pot shouldn’t be allowed if it can’t be identified out of its packaging.
Karin McGowan, deputy executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health said that the edibles ban is currently under review.
Carolyn Sevos, Founder and CEO of CannaBadge, says her company has the solution. “The problem is that on most edibles, the product and label become separated after removal from the packaging,” she stated. “We provide the world’s first and only edible label. It is customized with all necessary information and child-safety cautions, and is placed directly on the frosted cannabis-edible and won’t become separated until eaten.”