When Justin Trudeau became Canada’s biggest legal drug dealer two years ago, edibles were still a hazy dream on the horizon. Then, last winter, when infused goodies were green-lit, red tape kept the selection scant and the supply scarce, but the category is booming now.
According to the OCS, between online and retail sales, Torontonians spent more than $4 million on edibles between January and June. In March alone (and we know what happened in March), the OCS sold twice as much product online as it did in February. People are looking for comfort during Covid, and it’s coming in the form of cannabis. The selection is expanding, too. Classic edibles—gummies, baked goods—are available alongside flavoured seltzers, after-dinner mints and even dried fruit. We tried every OCS treat on offer to find the most incredible edibles. It’s been a busy (if blurry) month.
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Cannabis products such as brownies or beverages, that have been infused with cannabis extracts or concentrates, all of which contain active ingredients such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).
With cannabis products becoming more and more accessible in Ontario, you may have found yourself asking, Where can I buy edibles in Toronto in 2020?
These 3 cannabis retailers in the Leafythings community offer premium edibles in Toronto at an affordable price with options for same day weed delivery, mail order,and curb-side pickup.