No Future gummies by Indiva

Published on August 18, 2023 by David Wylie

No Future gummies are pictured Photo: David Wylie/the oz.

It’s impossible to resist the urge to start this review by psychoanalyzing the name ‘No Future.’

Indiva’s bargain basement gummies, about $3 a pack, make a statement in both dirt-cheap pricing and oddball branding about the state of cannabis—and, frankly, the depressing state of the world. The marketing department’s choice of art for the No Future brand is chaotic, to say the least. The company behind the edible, Indiva, says No Future gummies are a reaction to the 10mg-THC limit on edibles, which is injurious to customers who have higher tolerances and/or are looking for value. While other cannabis producers have argued undercutting on price is “a race to the bottom,” Indiva embraced that approach and used their value-category product as a wedge to make a statement… as ironic as it is in the end.

Beyond the odd name, these gummies are a great price and pretty gosh darn tasty.

There’s only one in the package—but what do you expect when paying just a Loonie and Toonie. The single gummy is decently sized and feels substantial enough to be a satisfying chew.

No Future has named each flavour by colour. We tried the Blue One and the Orange One. They taste like you’d expect blue and orange gummies to taste.

There is also a Green One and Purple One.

The gummies each hit the 10mg legal limit. The onset is fast and the effect feels nice.

These are a repeat buy—even though we may be ushering in the end times by purchasing them.