Dixie Brands: Colorado-Based Edibles Company Is Coming to Arizona

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Later this year Dixie Brands, one of Colorado's leading edibles companies, will bring its THC and CBD topicals and edibles to the Arizona medical-marijuana market. The Denver-based company has partnered with Bloom Dispensaries and an affiliate of General Cannabis Corporation to not only distribute the entire line of Dixie Elixirs and Edibles products, but also to produce them in Arizona. 

The companies are currently building a manufacturing facility in Phoenix, where they'll be able to produce Dixie's entire product line. In the meantime, the company plans to make two of its most popular products available to Arizona consumers: Dixie Rolls (THC-infused chocolate chews) and the company's entire line of tinctures.

Sales of both products are expected to begin before the end of this year. 

Bloom Dispensaries has locations throughout Arizona, including in Tucson, Sedona, Copper Canyon, and Phoenix (14 South 41st Place). For more information or to see the dispensaries online menu, visit the Bloom Dispensaries website

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