SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- GOOD CO-OP, an Oakland based
The classic fall flavor has been re-imagined by GOOD CO-OP's head of R&D, Peter Cervantes, who brings his food science talents as a former innovation director for PepsiCo to their new product. In creating this fall-inspired treat, Mr. Cervantes drew upon more traditional autumn flavors and ingredients, while adding a buzzy twist all his own.
"I wanted to incorporate the warmth and nostalgia of Autumn into a delicious low dose edible," said Cervantes. "As a baked good, we felt we could one-up the iconic seasonal latte by incorporating organic pumpkin and our own proprietary spice blend, which complement the herbal notes of the cannabis."
The Pumpkin Spice Blondie furthers GOOD CO-OP's mission as a brand to provide modern cannabis consumers with delicious, high quality edibles. Each flavorful treat contains a pleasantly intoxicating micro-dose of cannabis (10mg of THC/serving) and is guaranteed to get consumers in the autumn mood faster than a trip to the pumpkin patch.
"As cannabis moves into the mainstream, customers want products to parallel flavor trends they see on shelves at their grocery store. Part of our mission at GOOD is to reinvent the edible experience and make cannabis more accessible. What better way to do that than with a pumpkin spice blondie," said Mike Appezzato, co-founder and CEO of GOOD CO-OP.
Eaze customers across California will be able to purchase a box of three (3) Pumpkin Spice Blondies, retailed at $15.00 to be delivered in 20 minutes on average, beginning October 18th and available through November.
About GOOD:GOOD CO-OP is a food focused cannabis brand. Their mission is to make cannabis mainstream by creating high quality, low-dose products for modern cannabis consumers. Founded by a former R&D Director at PepsiCo and an Advertising veteran, the team at GOOD CO-OP is bringing a modern spin to this rapidly emerging market. Through its use of top-tier ingredients and proprietary microdosing techniques, GOOD CO-OP is redefining the edible experience.
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