Smart Colorado Applauds the Leadership of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Marijuana Edibles DENVER (October 20, 2014) – Today, Jeff Lawrence of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced his... read more
Many children & adults can’t tell the difference between marijuana-infused and normal candy. Can you?
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It’s not as easy to spot the pot as you might think. Tips on how to protect your kids this halloween. Download this graphic by clicking here.
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 ... read more
Colorado marijuana edible manufacturers are buying regular, familiar candies in bulk before infusing them with THC and re-labeling for recreational marijuana sales. Jeremy Meyer from The Denver Post explains this deceptive tactic designed to generate more... read more
Accidental ingestion of marijuana this Halloween is no treat for Coloradans — however much marijuana-infused candy looks and smells just like kids’ favorite snacks and candy. While marijuana industry advocates say that there is no real threat of accid... read more
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“There are nearly 300 types of edibles available in Colorado on the recreational marijuana market, including chocolate, coffee, pizza, and cereals that look and smell identical to non-marijuana foods. Below is a complete, downloadable list of products a... read more