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No more edibles in the shapes of animals, fruit or humans in Colorado starting Oct 1

They don’t want kids mistaking edibles for Flintstone vitamins, which makes sense.

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Although Flintstones vitamins can be much more dangerous. http://www.mindthesciencegap.org/2012/10/15/will-eating-a-jar-of-gummy-vitamins-kill-my-4-year-old/

But yes, I’m all for this. There’s no reason these have to look like gummy bears. Cool geometric shapes will do just fine.

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An all-around good decision. Edibles that look and smell like kids candy is dangerous to children.

It’s similar to making a gun that looks like a toy gun. It’s a really bad idea.

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I’m guessing there will be some good sales in the next few days. I should visit some dispensaries and see what I can pick up for cheap, since they have to get rid of everything by Oct 1st.

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Remember to pull all your stock that isn’t in compliance, dispensary owners!
http://www.newsweek.com/marijuana-laws-colorado-bans-pot-gummy-bears-because-children-think-they-are-675784

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This seems like an ethical decision to me. Lets make them more tasty, and less visually appealing. Child safe bags and opaque packaging For the Win!

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