The Sprinkles Of Cannabis Offers Consumers A New Kind Of Edible ~ Cupcakes

COLORADO:  Cannabis cupcake company, Jade & Jane, broadens consumer’s choices in the edibles market with recent introduction of single serving, recreational 10mg THC-infused cupcakes. Jade & Jane’s products are available to retail customers through licensed Colorado recreational dispensaries. Wholesale dispensary customers may contact Jade & Jane to place orders. Ordering through LeafLink is coming soon.

Started in 2016, Jade & Jane offers cannasseurs a delicious, handmade alternative to typical, “herbal tasting” edibles. Attractive visual appeal makes Jade & Jane products highly desirable. “We want consumers to feel excited when opening our cupcakes for an anniversary, birthday, or treat,”  says Jade & Jane CEO Stephanie Silva.
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“Our products are genuinely unique in the Colorado cannabis industry. Jade and Jane cupcakes provide a high quality, reliable, and steady experience because they contain tasteless THC powder. To begin we’re offering traditional flavors like chocolate and vanilla bean, but more interesting options are coming soon. Cupcake edibles offer convenient cannabis consumption with familiarity and nostalgia. It’s my hope we can help remove the stigma from cannabis use by offering the first mainstream edible that’s as American as apple pie and as classic as a hostess cupcake,” says Mrs. Silva.
Jade & Jane plans to release a 90mg recreational cupcake multi-serving product in the near future. Notably Jade & Jane’s cupcakes are allergen friendly and vegan/dairy free. Additionally their packaging is child resistant and C.F.R. Title 16, Part 1700.15 & 1700.20 compliant. In an upcoming event on May 30th, 8 AM EST Jade & Jane will be doing a Reddit AMA on r/GlitterBongs.

Cannabis Startup LeafLink Sprouts In New York

NEW YORK: There may be only five licensed medical-marijuana companies in New York state, but that doesn’t mean local entrepreneurs are going to let them have all the fun. Selling products such as luxury weed accessories and industrial grow lights, New York startups are hoping to profit from marijuana’s legalization in a number of states.

The latest New York cannabis company to get in the game is LeafLink, a business-to-business e-commerce platform that has closed its first funding round, raising $750,000.

LeafLink is the third startup founded by Ryan Smith, 24, who grew up in Manhattan and started his first two companies while still an undergrad at Colgate University. He sold one of them, an investment management site called Trupoly, to RCS Capital last year. Co-founder Zachary Silverman recently left eBay, where he was a product manager.

Smith said he doesn’t smoke marijuana, but sees the burgeoning industry as “a once-in-a-generation opportunity.”

New York investors are beginning to realize that, he added: “Questions about whether the company was legal didn’t come up as often as I expected.”