HYTN enters gummy category, as Dynaleo expands offerings

Published on September 1, 2022 by oz. staff

Photo: HYTN/Facebook
HYTN posted this photo of a gummy to its Facebook page.

Kelowna-based HYTN is expanding its repertoire from drinks to edibles, announcing new gummies.

HYTN Innovations said new Nano Gummies, which are manufactured at their Kelowna facility, give a fast-acting and predictable cannabis experience.

They’re currently known for their sparkling cannabis beverages.

“It took significant time and effort to secure the necessary provincial and territorial vendor qualifications and product listings once our sales amendment was secured,” says HYTN CEO Elliot McKerr.

“Working diligently with the provinces and territories, our team has positioned the company to offer an amazing suite of products to consumers while now directly managing our sales channels and revenue opportunities. We are confident that the launch of our Nano Gummies alongside our sparkling cannabis beverages will be the first step in aligning our success with the revenue path we established when we went public.”

Jason Broome, HYTN’s COO, says data they’ve collected under their research licence appear to show more milligrams of THC being absorbed faster with the gummies, “ultimately yielding a faster and more consistent cannabis experience, similar to that observed with our beverages.”

They come in two flavours, Yuzu-Pear and Crabapple-Lemon flavours. HYTN says they’ll be available nationally by early next year.

Meanwhile, Edmonton-based Dynaleo will add Delta 8 and CBG to products to its line.

Released under the Sunshower brand, Delta 8 Solar Punch 10:1 soft chews will launch in Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and BC in September, as well as in Ontario in October. And DynaThrive Pro Asian Pear CBG 1:1 soft chews will launch in Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and BC in September and in Ontario in November.

That bumps Dynaleo’s portfolio to 19 SKUs over three brands.