One week after announcing its expansion into pot shops in Oregon and Arizona, Denver-based marijuana company Dixie Brands will soon announce its next foray outside of Colorado — into Australia and New Zealand, The Cannabist has learned.
Colorado 4/20, edibles and the Denver Cannabis Cup are part of the conversation with pot critic Jake Browne and Dixie Elixirs & Edibles’ Lindsay Topping. Hosted by Denver Post marijuana editor Ricardo Baca. [podcast]
Marijuana edibles company Dixie Elixirs and a Longmont-based maker of pot-infused mints have settled a legal dispute over trademarks and packaging.
A Longmont-based maker of marijuana-infused mints has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Denver edibles company Dixie Elixirs. Bridge Marketing alleges in the suit that Dixie Elixirs has failed to use Bridge’s trademarked design for packages of MED-a-mints, mint-like lozenges that contain THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
Whenever representatives of Denver-rooted cannabis company Dixie Elixirs introduce themselves to the general public, a common response is, “Hey, if you ever need any product testers, lemme know!” It had become a running joke in their office, said Joe Hodas, chief marketing officer. “And then we thought, ‘In many cases we do need testers.’ Market research in our industry isn’t the same as it is for other industries.”
Dixie Elixirs and Edibles is already one of the biggest names in Colorado’s bustling marijuana marketplace, where its popular marijuana-infused drinks, candies, tinctures and topicals are sold throughout the state. But now the company is eyeing other states and even Canada.
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Colorado 4/20, edibles and the Denver Cannabis Cup are part of the conversation with pot critic Jake Browne and Dixie Elixirs & Edibles’ Lindsay Topping.
Before walking to our first Colorado Rockies game of the season we smeared our lips with marijuana-infused lip balm, dropped vials of Dixie Elixirs watermelon-flavored tincture and watched Sean writhe excitedly to the Bruce Springsteen track, “Dancing in the Dark.”
MassRoots Inc. on Thursday disclosed the reappointment of Isaac Dietrich as chief executive and the replacement of three board members.
“I strongly believe that the board must be reconstituted to ensure that the interests of the shareholders are appropriately represented,” Dietrich wrote in the SEC filing.
Some big-name firms in cannabis have formed a national advocacy and marijuana lobbying organization, New Federalism Fund, to spur change on Capitol Hill.
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Water in the town of Hugo is not contaminated with THC after all, state tests concluded Saturday morning.
A town on Colorado’s Eastern Plains is warning its residents not to drink, bathe or cook with its water because officials said evidence was found of THC, the active psychoactive compound in marijuana.
‘I really do think that edibles are the future, because it really takes away the harmfulness of smoking, period, of having smoke in your lungs,’ says Rome Ramirez as he lifted the lit blunt to his mouth.
Australian lawmakers committed on Wednesday to legalize the growing of marijuana for medical use within a part of the world renowned for zero-tolerance and harsh penalties for illegal drugs.
The first-ever Cannabist Awards recognizes businesses that are excelling in Colorado’s marijuana and hemp industries in 2015.
On Dec. 10, 2012, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed Amendment 64 into our constitution. And here we are three years later, a slightly changed society.
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In February, High Country Healing’s Andrew Salini was smoking with a few friends when one of them rolled a smaller joint — a mini joint, if you will. The trio passed it around, and Salini marveled at how something that looked so small was able to satisfy the group.
Colorado-based marijuana edibles behemoth Dixie Brands will soon launch two hemp-based CBD product lines: Therabis for pets and Aceso for humans.
When shopping for pot, it’s simple to grab a sativa for energy or an indica for sleep. But trying to do the same with edibles is impossible. And here’s why.