Gummies Replace Chocolate as Leading Edible in Colorado

October 17, 2016 Kate Simmons

Gummies have gotten sticky in the marijuana market, replacing chocolate as the top-selling cannabis candy. According to a study by BDS Analytics, infused chocolate bars dominated the marketplace in 2015. That year, chocolate bars outsold all other cannabis products by almost 50 percent, taking the top spot with 26 percent of sales.

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