Carl’s Jr. To Release CBD-Infused Cheeseburger

This week, for one time only, fast-food chain Carl’s Jr. will be selling the first cannabidiol (“CBD”) infused cheeseburger. On Saturday, April 20, the chain will offer the "Rocky Mountain High Cheese Burger Delight" CBD burger at one location in Denver, priced at $4.20. The burger contains of two … Read more about Carl’s Jr. To Release CBD-Infused Cheeseburger

FDA Plans Public Hearing on Ingestible CBD Products

Last Wednesday, at a hearing held by the House Appropriations Committee, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb revealed the FDA’s plan to conduct public hearings on cannabidiol (“CBD”) starting in April. Acknowledging the legalization of hemp and hemp-derived products … Read more about FDA Plans Public Hearing on Ingestible CBD Products

New York City Bans CBD-Infused Consumables

  New York City officials are taking a firm stance in the regulation of cannabidiol (“CBD”) products. Earlier this week, the NYC Department of Health (“DOH”) issued bans against CBD-infused food and drinks as a part of a citywide initiative. The New York DOH visited and inspected eleven … Read more about New York City Bans CBD-Infused Consumables

Colorado MED Bulletin re: Cannabis Samples for Managers

The Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED) has published an Industry-Wide Bulletin clarifying specifics of Colorado House Bill 18-1259, effective August 8, 2018, which amended existing marijuana codes (Colorado Medical Marijuana Code, 12‐43.3‐101, et seq., C.R.S., and … Read more about Colorado MED Bulletin re: Cannabis Samples for Managers

CO Gov to Sign Marijuana “Tasting Room” Bill

A bill allowing adults to consume small amounts of cannabis by eating edibles or vaping marijuana concentrate or marijuana products on the premises of a duly licensed recreational marijuana retailer was sent to the desk of Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper on Thursday, May 3, 2018. If signed into … Read more about CO Gov to Sign Marijuana “Tasting Room” Bill

Cryptocurrency Event Causes Attendees to Get High

A cryptocurrency conference in New York is under fire after attendees reported feeling high, apparently after consuming marijuana-infused food without knowing that the food contained THC. The promotional materials for the $500 per ticket event held earlier in March, called Crypto Sanctum, … Read more about Cryptocurrency Event Causes Attendees to Get High