Cansortium Inc., a vertically-integrated provider of medical cannabis operating under the Fluent brand, has received approval from the Florida Department of Health and will commence sales of edibles in each of its Fluent dispensaries in the state.
Cansortium says was well-positioned to react to the emergency rules issued by DOH at the end of August and quickly move through the regulatory approval process. Edibles represents a route of delivery eagerly anticipated by medical marijuana patients in Florida.
Fluent's first edibles product line, Fluent Gels, are bite-sized pieces that are initially available in three flavors: Watermelon, Green Apple and Blue Raspberry. They are sold in packages of 10 pieces, each pre-dosed with 10 mg of THC. Fluent Gels have been handcrafted in partnership with Smokiez, known nationwide for their edible products, and are vegan, gluten-free, non-dairy and contain no high fructose corn syrup. Cansortium expects to continue to expand its edibles offerings to meet patient demand.
"I'm pleased to have our first batches of Fluent Gels rolling into the Florida market,” said Cansortium CEO Robert Beasley. “It's an exciting time for the industry. Our partnership helped us tremendously in getting everything prepped and assuring our success in creating the best edible products, Fluent Gels."
The Fluent brand strives to set the standard for premium quality, consistently formulated cannabis products. Each of Cansortium’s Florida dispensaries carries an assortment of Fluent premium dried flower and full-spectrum concentrates and cartridges, as well as creams, drops, capsules and suppositories.
All Fluent products in the Cansortium’s Florida dispensaries use high-quality cannabis that is cultivated, processed and packaged in the company's Florida facility in strict compliance with Florida regulations. For consumers, the dispensaries provide a warm, welcoming, professional environment, with private consultation rooms and knowledgeable staff who carefully guide patients in selecting the right products and carefully safeguard patient privacy.