Supreme Cannabis is getting into the cannabis gummies segment. Predicted to be a multibillion-dollar industry in only a few years, gummies represent the largest growth segment behind cannabis beverages and Supreme Cannabis is positioning itself to control a piece of the market. Adding to its sugarleaf brand, the company has now started to introduce THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) gummies, starting with its Strawberry Peach product.
The gummies are developed to ensure precise THC delivery in each edible. The Strawberry Peach variety contains a combination, as the name suggests, of strawberry and peach flavors and comes with a consistent dose of 2.5mg of THC. The gummies are sold in packages of four and have already started to be distributed to retailers in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Alberta Manitoba and PEI. They are expected to be on retailers’ shelves before the end of this month.
“Gummies are a great addition to our product line,” said Beena Goldenberg, President and CEO of Supreme Cannabis. “They are the most in-demand product in the edibles category by both novice and experienced users. We expect sugarleaf gummies will be well-received by consumers for their fresh strawberry peach flavour and that they are vegan-friendly.”
Supreme has been expanding its portfolio of products recently. The new gummies follow the introduction of large format flower and pre-rolls, as well as Pūr Cloud CBD 510 vape kits and cartridges by Blissco. In addition, the company has recently introduced Pink Kush and Ice Cream Cake strains that were developed by 7ACRES Craft Collective.
Adds Goldenberg, “We will continue to look for opportunities to expand our product line to deliver the variety and excitement that cannabis consumers are seeking. We currently have products available to serve the broad spectrum of cannabis consumers – from novice and experienced users, connoisseurs, to those looking for value pricing. This line-up has helped us secure our position as a top‑10 Canadian Cannabis Company – according to the analytics firm Headset.”