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Florida’s largest cannabis company makes a deal to carry edible marijuana products

Florida’s largest cannabis company makes a deal to carry edible marijuana products

TALLAHASSEE
The state’s first and largest medical marijuana provider, Trulieve, signed an exclusive deal to bring high-end edible marijuana products to Florida, the company announced Wednesday.

Binske, the Colorado-based company, began operations just two years ago, markets “an experience” through their top-shelf products.

Florida’s 162,000 registered patients will soon be able to buy and medicate with Binske’s wide-ranging collection of cannabis chocolate, granola bars, fruit leather, honey, olive oil and even French-inspired Pâté de Fruit candies. Read the full story here.

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