The Word ‘Candy’ Could Be Nixed From Edibles Packaging in CO

Edibles producers in Colorado won’t be able to put the word “candy” on packaging if the state adopts draft rules proposed by regulators.

Companies that make edibles also would be required to include a new symbol indicating their products contain marijuana: a red stop sign emblazoned with the letters “THC,” the Associated Press reported.

Infused beverages would be limited to single servings containing no more than 10 milligrams of THC, according to the proposal.

The draft rules must face a public hearing before being adopted, the AP reported. Regulators in the state have until January to implement

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