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Florida's medical marijuana industry can now sell edible products, per DOH

Posted at 1:30 PM, Aug 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-27 17:45:24-04

The Florida Department of Health published emergency rules that now allow the state's medical marijuana industry to start selling edibles.

Florida's licensed medical marijuana dispensaries can now sell edible products soon.

The edibles must be lozenges, baked goods, gelatins, chocolates or drink powders.

The emergency rules state that edibles must not contain any color additives, bear a resemblance to commercially available candy, be decorated with icing or sprinkles or be a primary or bright color.

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Edibles also cannot contain meat, poultry or fish.

Each dispensary must get approval from the state for each edible product before it is allowed to go on the market.

Below is the full list of emergency rules the Department of Health put out: