NEW LOW-DOSE EDIBLE FROM THE BRAND CONSUMERS TRUST TO
FIND THEIR JUST RIGHT
San Mateo, CA – April 18, 2018 – Continuing to demonstrate its passion for providing low-dose cannabis edibles that consumers love, Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) (the “Company” or “PLUS”) today announced a new line of mints and the launch of the first flavor, Classic Mint.
The microdosing movement is not slowing down, and more people are implementing cannabis into their healthy lifestyle. Mints are the perfect mechanism for delivering low-dose cannabis for those who may not want something quite as sweet or potent as a higher milligram gummy.
“Mints are a logical extension to the PLUS product family as more customers seek out unique taste experiences and low-dose products they trust,” said Jake Heimark, CEO and Co-founder. “We are excited about giving customers the best experience and will continue to be the leader in low-dose infused products in THC.”
Refreshing and delicious, PLUS Classic Mint flavored tablets contain 2.5 mg THC and less than 0.1 mg CBD each There are 40 mints per tin.
“We can’t wait to get PLUS Mints on our shelves, as we have a huge demand for microdosed products,” said Nate Haas, owner, Moe Greens. “Everything that comes out of the PLUS house is superb, high quality and we trust the brand enough to continue to sell it to our customers.”
PLUS Classic Mints are available at a limited number of licensed retailers across the state of California and will be launched market wide at the Hall of Flowers cannabis trade show on April 30th.
PLUS Products creates safe and delicious cannabis food products. PLUS’s mission is to make cannabis safe and approachable – that starts with high-quality products that deliver consistent experiences. PLUS gummy and mint products are manufactured at PLUS’s own factory in Adelanto, CA, where dosage is tested twice internally and then tested twice again by an independent lab. PLUS is headquartered in San Mateo, CA with 60 employees.
Published: April 18, 2019
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