10 Best Edibles Of 2017

You can find drinks, sweets and savory snacks on our list of the best edibles of 2017.
10 Best Edibles Of 2017
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3. Kaneh Co S’mores Brownie

10 Best Edibles Of 2017

Kaneh Co is known for their gourmet, award-winning edibles and lab testing. They have brownies, blondies, cookies and more. These edibles would still be enjoyable without THC because of the ingredients and flavors. They have so many gourmet twists on the classic infused brownies.

Pros: They use the finest ingredients with no preservatives and test everything they make for full transparency. They come in a variety of dosages, including 100 mg, 250 mg, 500 mg and 1000 mg. If you only want to eat a little sugar at a time, you can grab their highest dosed brownie and break off smaller pieces.

Cons: You’re going to want to eat the whole thing. It’s hard only taking one bite out of their delectable S’mores Brownie.

Why We Like It: Some of the best edibles of 2017 when it comes to taste and presentation.

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  1. Not new to making edibles, read your 2017 article. Looking for insight from someone who sees industry up close. Want to get into the industry. Suggestions for finding the best packaging company, or labeling company. I am operating under the radar in Delaware, but looking for pieces to complete the pie, so to speak. Any insight greatly appreciated.

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