Incredibles, a Denver-based edible company known for its chocolates, expanded its line earlier this month with products focused on health, adding in vitamins, herbs and cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is one of the cannabinoids found in marijuana and frequently used in medical products because it doesn’t have the psychoactive qualities of THC.
One of Colorado’s biggest edibles companies is spreading its wings. incredibles, known for its cannabis-infused candy bars and concentrates, has announced plans to expand into multiple states across the country with medical and recreational marijuana programs.
incredibles, Colorado’s Top-Selling Cannabis Edibles Brand, Goes National Via Historic Expansion Into Six States (And A U.S. Territory)
Already in Dispensaries in Colorado, California and Nevada, incredibles Products Will Soon be Available in Oregon, Illinois, Arizona, Michigan and Puerto Rico – With More Ambitious Growth Planned for 2018
A month after Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent a letter to Governor John Hickenlooper questioning the legitimacy of the marijuana industry in this state, Smart Approaches to Marijuana, a group dedicated to fighting marijuana commercialization, has issued a report calling for feds to crack down on the industry’s big players. That report claims that the first three states to legalize adult-use marijuana – Colorado, Oregon and Washington – have “failed to meet” the mission of the Cole Memorandum.
Attorneys considering entering the relatively new and volatile world of marijuana law need to educate themselves about the ethical rules and regulatory minefields surrounding the nascent industry, according to experts speaking Friday morning at a continuing legal education panel in New York City.
The incredible extractor, a full-profile, closed-loop hydrocarbon cannabis-oil extraction system, was developed in-house by the incredibles team as a way of ensuring consistency and flavor. The idea germinated in the company’s extracts lab, which produces oil for incredibles’s chocolate bars and other edibles. At the time, methods and equipment for extracting full-profile terpenes proved inadequate for the company’s needs, because they left behind impurities like plant waxes and lipids, which affect flavor and texture.