Legal edibles hit B.C. store shelves, but many pot shops have already run out

There are high expectations in store as edibles reach retail shelves in B.C., but your THC treat options are limited.

And limited is the key word. Legal edibles are now available in stores, but the majority of pot shops have already sold out.

Evergreen Cannabis in Vancouver is one of the last places in the Lower Mainland with some THC-infused treats.

“We got the edibles in Christmas Eve — it was another Christmas Eve miracle,” Stephen Lebovits, the general manager at Evergreen Cannabis, tells CityNews Vancouver. “So, last year, on Christmas Eve, we got our license to sell and this year we got it just under the deadline to receive edibles.”

Costing between $9 and $13 per pack, the deliver included mints, chocolate squares, chocolate chip cookies, and vaporizer cartridges.

BY ASHLEY BURR City News 1130
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