Brands pair cannabis and clever packaging to put an adult twist on familiar food and beverage favorites.

Joanna Cosgrove, Freelance Writer

March 12, 2024

5 Slides

Cannabis legal restrictions continue to relax state by state, giving food and beverage makers the green light to put the most potent parts of the marijuana plant into flavor-forward drinks, mixes, and spreads that fit easily into busy lifestyles.

As this five-product slideshow demonstrates, brand owners are using familiar foods and beverages to deliver two key components, THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). Both compounds impart different mental and physical results. Although THC is still being studied for its health benefits, it’s predominantly enjoyed for its psychoactive, feel-good effect, whereas CBD is used for the relief of inflammation, anxiety, and nerve-related pain.

With well-designed packaging that connects with each product’s benefits, the products shown in cans, jars, and pouches represent fun and effective new ways to imbibe responsibly.

About the Author(s)

Joanna Cosgrove

Freelance Writer

Joanna Cosgrove has enjoyed writing about the packaging industry for more than 20 years.

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