Pitkin County approved its first cannabis-infused product manufacturing license on Tuesday, after lengthy discussion over concerns about the potency of edibles and the dangers they could present to the community’s children and pets.
A well-laid-out business plan and presentation helped to quell concerns the Pitkin County commissioners have voiced over manufacturing of edibles in the county. This led to a unanimous 5-0 vote of support for Collienti Enterprises LLC’s license requests — one medical and one recreational — to make cannabis-infused bison jerky in the Aspen Business Center.
Doing business as the Cannabis Queen, plans are to make the jerky at the unmarked location, but not to offer retail sales.
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