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February 3, 2023

Cannabis-infused figs in Quebec may be delicious, but black market still thriving

Quebec prohibits edibles — cannabis-infused food — sold in the province from appealing to young people, forcing consumers to choose from a selection of products such as dried figs to get high. Industry insiders say the tough regulations are helping the black market thrive. Source

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