Charlottetown company finding success selling cannabis edibles

Dosecann plans to double its production space by the summer

Cannabis edibles hit the P.E.I. market on Dec. 18 and a Charlottetown company that produces them says staff have been racing to keep up with demand.

Dosecann is busy producing cannabis gummies and chocolates to shell out to Islanders and the rest of Canada.

“This building has literally gone from first gear to sixth. We’re racing as if we’re a Formula One team,” said David Baranowski, director of technology, transfer and quality control.

Cannabis edibles are limited to a maximum of 10 milligrams of THC per retail pack.

Baranowski said the biggest challenge for the company is identifying its own capabilities, and what the interest is of the market in general.

Tony Davis · CBC News
Read More Here: www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-cannabis-edibles-success-jan-2020-1.5423279
www.dosecann.com/

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