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Thailand’s "Ganja Appetit" Initiative Informs People About Edible Pot

December 13, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
Food entrepreneurs in the Southeast Asian country are rapidly developing pot-infused food products, now that the government has removed most of the marijuana plant from the list of banned narcotics.  Leaves, stalks, stems, and roots – but not flowers and seeds – can now be used to make medicine, health products, food, and cosmetics. To help educate citizens about THC food products, a school in Bangkok known as TCDC Commons Seacon Square recently organized an exhibition titled "Ganja Appetit." One of the administrators of the school said “’Ganja Appetit' informed visitors about the legalization of cannabis in Thailand, how to make cannabis-infused food products, and the first steps entrepreneurs have to know." Among the new edibles are jelly, ice cream, sun-dried bananas, cookies, grilled fish chill paste, and fermented fish sauce. 
Suwitcha Chaiyong , "A growing business ", Bangkok Post, December 13, 2021, © Bangkok Post Public Company Limited
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