The Jelly Belly candy bean creator starts a new line of jelly beans that include marijuana extract cannabidiol (CBD), to the benefit of consumers of marijuana edibles.
David Klein founded the famous Jelly Belly name and has now created a new company called Spectrum Confections, which adds CBD oil to 38 flavors, including roasted marshmallow, pina colada, strawberry cheesecake and mango. They sold quickly.
"Toasted marshmallow, pina colada, strawberry cheesecake … which is one of my favorites," said Klein to Cannabis Aficionado. "Our mango tastes more like mango than mango does."
He said the company had planned to add real fruit juice to the prayers to make them as healthy as possible. They come in three variants: original, sugar-free and acidic.
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Klein said he recently became aware of the health benefits attributed to the CBD. "And I said to myself," is anyone doing a jelly bean with the CBD? "I couldn't find anyone."
He told Cannabis Aficionado that candies do not include THC, the most important active ingredient in cannabis, as the company is focused on creating CBD-only variants for now.
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He also claimed that the small size of each jelly bean would give customers flexibility in how much they eat. "The jelly bean is perfect for proper dosing [of CBD]," noted Klein to Cannabis Aficionado. "We put 1
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Jelly prayers have been a staple in American culture Over the years, Klein Ronald Reagan sold a big fan.
In 1980, Klein sold rights to the Jelly Belly name of Herman Goelitz Candy Co, which changed its name to the Jelly Belly Candy Company in 2001.