House of Jane, a not-for-profit corporation and maker of cannabis-infused beverages, announces a fully compliant packaging for bottled beverages in the medical cannabis market. The fastest growing cannabis coffee and tea company in California is setting the standard for responsible packaging and dosing—an important benchmark in the growth of the California's medical cannabis market.
The sleek, opaque black glass bottle has a tamper proof, child resistant safety cap and AB266 compliant labeling. With this safety initiative, Jane's Brew is poised to take a share of the market where several Northern California municipalities are already conforming to state requirements.
Jane's Brew bottled beverages do not require refrigeration prior to consumption – another important safety consideration, which complies with new guidelines.
Using all natural ingredients including fair-trade loose leaf tea, cane sugar and a proprietary CO2 extracted cannabis formulation makes Jane's premium beverages the top choice for patients. Currently 3 classic flavors are in the offering: Energizing Sweet Black tea, Reviving Green Tea and Refreshing Unsweetened Tea. A long-awaited 50THC/50CBD Balance, Tea/ Lemonade will be added this summer.
"Pharmaceutical type packaging has emerged as an important safety issue in California as it relates to medical cannabis," says Ben-David Sheppard, CEO of House of Jane. "House of Jane wanted to meet it head on, creating the most effective re-sealable child proof packaging for bottled beverages on the market. This is only one way that Jane's Brew distinguishes itself. We are a premium, upscale brand that offers a discreet cannabis experience for those who prefer an alternative to prescription painkillers, alcohol, smoking, or high-calorie edibles. Our products attract a more mature and discerning patient base who is often focused on maintaining a healthy, balanced life-style."
Compliant Cannabis Bottled Beverage Packaging
Jane's Brew gourmet beverages are contained in opaque glass bottles with childproof, tamper resistant, re-sealable caps and specific dosing instructions
May 12, 2016