Trulieve Cannabis to expand product line with launch of its new THC Edibles – Reports Watch

Trulieve Cannabis Corp., the leading Florida-based medical cannabis manufacturer, has reportedly announced the upcoming launch of its all-new edible cannabis products. The company looks forward to expanding patient choice and access to medical cannabis products with the introduction of the latest THC Edibles.

Trulieve is expected to introduce an exciting assortment of the new cannabis edibles in nearly all of its medical cannabis dispensaries in the U.S. after receiving the final approval from the Florida Department of Health (DOH). In preparation for the country-wide rollout, the company has constructed a commercial-grade kitchen, spanning up to 10,000 sq. ft., at its manufacturing facility in Quincy, Florida. Initially, the skilled production team of Trulieve will test out the new offerings and, subsequently, it will proceed with the large-scale production. If reports are to be believed, Trulieve has previously collaborated with specialty edible cannabis brands such as Binske, District Edibles, Love’s Oven, and Bhang to expand its product portfolio by including cannabis-infused brownies, cookies, and various other products.

Trulieve CEO Kim Rivers was recently quoted, stating, “We know the demand is there, as we have been hearing from our customers for some time now. To meet that pending demand, Trulieve was the first in the Florida market to introduce ingestible products. We started with capsules and extended to other forms, such as TruPowder in January, follow-on flavored options just this month, and TruTincture Drops, which are similar to lozenges. We believe we are the only cannabis company in the state that can serve this variety across 56 stores with not only our own Trulieve branded edibles, but also robust product lines from partner brands.”

With a considerable revenue of USD 120.8 million as of Q2 2020, Trulieve continues to elevate its financial growth. Earlier this week, the company commenced its 57th dispensary in Florida to serve more than 400,000 patients in the state. Furthermore, the company has relentlessly operated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, while increasing its employee base to meet the rising consumer demand.

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