$2.95 edibles are the cheapest in Ontario

Published on February 2, 2022 by oz. staff

If you want cheap edibles, THC BioMed has now hit the Ontario market with its THC Kiss Cannabis Biscuits.

They are the lowest priced edible in the province at $2.95 each.

“All of our products are manufactured in-house at our state-of-the-art facility in British Columbia. We have one of the most sophisticated indoor grow facilities in the world and will soon launch a new brand called High Expectations,” said John Miller, president and CEO of THC BioMed.

“The brand will carry very high THC potency strains with a minimum THC content of 24%.”

The company released the biscuits last year in BC, at $2.99 each.

The Kelowna-based LP is one of the oldest licensed cannabis companies in the country, getting its licence from Health Canada in 2013.

The biscuits are available in cocoa, shortbread, and cinnamon flavours. They have 10% THC per package.

Last year THC BioMed expanded its footprint slightly after Health Canada amended its licence to include three more strata units at its Acland Road location in Kelowna.

“The three strata units include a new storage area for edibles as well as production rooms for edibles, including baked goods,” says the company.

Along with their THC Kiss shots and Kiss Gummies, they also produce a number of value flower products.