Producers delaying rollout, revising expectations after weed beverages became legal in December
Just a few steps into the Tweed retail cannabis shop in Osborne Village, potential customers pass by a prominent sign that boasts of THC and CBD-infused drinks, as well as a tall — and currently empty — fridge designed to keep the fizzy offerings cool.
It isn’t clear when the high-inducing carbonated beverages will be available at this store, or others.
“The one thing that we didn’t quite get right was managing expectations,” said Jordan Sinclair, vice-president of communications with Canopy Growth, which owns Tweed and Tokyo Smoke retail stores.
Despite the fact that these drinks have been legal for 2½ months, Canopy-owned companies aren’t the only ones without cannabis-infused beverages on store shelves
By CBC News
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