VICTORIA — The BC Liquor Distribution Branch desires to hear from licensed marijuana producers in a position to make and supply new pot-primarily based creations as the province prepares for the quickly-to-be legalized edible  cannabis market.

The BC Liquor Distribution branch has issued a item get in touch with, asking would-be suppliers to recognize their interest and capability to deliver the branch with edibles, beverages, topicals and extracts.

A statement from BC liquor distribution branch says productive applicants will see their goods marketed all through the province in each licensed private retailers and government-run BC Cannabis Shops.

The item call opens Thursday and closes on Sept. 11.

New federal regulations covering the sale of non-health-related marijuana goods take impact in mid-October but Health Canada needs licensed processors to give at least 60 days notice just before placing a new cannabis item on the marketplace.

It implies pot-laced edibles and other goods need to be obtainable for sale just in time for the vacation season, though the liquor branch says customers need to anticipate a restricted choice for the initial couple of months.

Blain Lawson, liquor branch basic manager and CEO says the item get in touch with is an “exciting time” as the branch explores new item categories in B.C.’s legal marijuana marketplace.

“We are at the moment functioning with more than 30 licensed producers and appear forward to engaging with new suppliers to expand our wholesale item assortment,” Lawson says in the statement.

The Canadian Press

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