Introducing Colorado’s Only 2:1 CBD / THC Gummie: Wana Brands’ Exotic Yuzu Sour Gummies

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Boulder, Colorado—June 19, 2018—Market-dominating edibles maker Wana Brands continues to raise the bar for cannabis-infused products with an exotic twist. Yuzu Sour Gummies, which feature a 2:1 CBD / THC ratio, are now available in dispensaries across Colorado.

Wana recently eclipsed other Colorado cannabis companies to become the state’s No. 1 overall cannabis brand, selling more units and dollars than any other company, according to a March 2018 report from point-of-sale tracking firm BDS Analytics.

“At Wana Brands, our focus has always been on making top-quality cannabis-infused edibles that meet our customers’ needs. They can trust Wana to deliver the most flavorful and consistently effective products, and this has helped propel us as the leading Colorado cannabis brand,” said Nancy Whiteman, Founder & CEO of Wana Brands. “Every day, consumers are learning more about the benefits of CBD and are seeking out this cannabinoid, and we’ve answered the call with a new take on our popular sour gummies featuring the citrusy Yuzu.”

Made from an original artisan recipe with all-natural flavors and colors, Yuzu Sour Gummies are handcrafted and infused with cannabis tincture in the cooking process to create a consistently dosed gummie bursting with the unique citrus Yuzu taste. This unconventional flavor and 2:1 CBD / THC blend is already gaining traction among edibles consumers looking to increase their intake of CBD, known as a therapeutic cannabinoid. Each gummie contains 20 mg CBD and 10 mg THC. It is the only infused gummie available in Colorado that has twice as much cannabidiol (CBD) as psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Interest in CBD has expanded exponentially in recent years, with modern research revealing its potential in treating numerous medical conditions and ailments. 

“The CBD market is growing by leaps and bounds, and consumers are looking for different ratios and different balances,” Whiteman said. “We also like to surprise our customers with delicious new varieties. Yuzu is a trend-setting flavor that is catching on globally, citrusy without being too sweet. We know our customers will love this delicious new option that helps them dial in their experience.”

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In addition to Colorado, Wana Brands products are available in Arizona, Oregon and Nevada, with planned entry into California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, and internationally in Canada in 2018.

Wana Brands has invested in refining its proprietary edibles recipes so that the taste of the company’s delicious ingredients come through—not the taste of medicine—producing artisan-level products that have undergone rigorous internal and external testing to ensure precise dosage and consistency.

For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Shawna McGregor, Grasslands, at 917-971-7852 or shawna@mygrasslands.com.

Wana Brands: Enhance Your Life.

Named The Cannabist People’s Choice Award Winner for Best Edible in January 2018, Wana Brands is the No. 1 cannabis-infused product company in Colorado, with more units and dollars sold than any other brand, according to a March 2018 BDS Analytics report. Wana leads the industry in quality, consistency and potency, featuring a full line of edibles, including market-leading gummies and WanaCapsXR, a family of extended-release cannabis capsules that provide symptom relief for up to 12 hours. Wana products are also available in Arizona, Oregon and Nevada, with planned entry into California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington, and internationally in Canada in 2018. For more information, visit www.wanabrands.com. Follow Wana on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Media Contact:
Shawna McGregor
Grasslands: A Journalism-Minded Agency
shawna@mygrasslands.com
917-971-7852

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