Ottawa: Canada will begin selling cannabis-mixed food products in the legal market from December 2019. However, the government in its announcement on Friday said that it has not allowed the use of cannabis in things like gumbeers and lollipops.
It is worth mentioning here that Canada had legalized the use of cannabis by enacting a law last year. After that, the new law will come into force from October 17. The law will also be effective on the sat and body-shaming of cannabis. Officials have told the press that these new products are unlikely to hit the market before mid-December. This industry is new. It will take some time to stand up and evolve according to consumers.
Bill Blair, who is in charge of all cannabis-related cases in the Canadian government, said in a statement that the revised law aims to reduce the risk to people's health from eating cannabis, cannabis extracts and cannabis, etc., and to reduce the current illicit use of these products in Canada. The market has to end. Under the new law, Canada has prescribed the amount of cannabis in every food and beverage and sat and malham, etc.