Ontario Cannabis Store hopes to sell products like edibles in the fall

When products like edibles, topical creams, beverages and extracts are legalized by the federal government this October, consumers will be able to buy them online and at legal retail stores.

Once Health Canada has authorized the production and sale of the new products, the OCS will make them available.

“This product call marks an important milestone in securing a broad variety of cannabis products that meet the preferences of Ontario consumers,” said Patrick Ford, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Cannabis Store. “We are committed to working towards eliminating the illegal market by diversifying our legal and tested product selection and offering customers the products they are excited about.”

Right now the OCS only sells dried strains of cannabis, and some oils and capsules.

Hamiltonians are excited about buying products like edibles, legally.


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