by Foray
THC per piece 10.0mg CBD per piece 10.0mg
Original price
Current price $4.99
0.66g cannabis per unit SKU 1019082
Salted caramel chocolate with 10mg THC and 10mg of CBD.
  • Product details
  • Ingredients
  • Square of salted caramel chocolate with 10mg THC and 10mg of CBD. Using chocolate supplied by Barry-Callebaut (one of world’s largest chocolate suppliers) and a blend of CO2 extracted cannabis distillate.
    • Produced in Prince Edward Island
    • Brand Foray
    • Producer Auxly Charlottetown
    • Type Blend
    • THC total 10.0mg
    • CBD total 10.0mg
    • Method of consumption INGEST
    • Extraction process CO2
    • Shelf stability minimum temperature (celsius) 15
    • Shelf stability maximum temperature (celsius) 20
    • Packaging material Polyethylene Lined
  • Ingredients

    White Chocolate [Cocoa Butter, Sugars (Sugar, Caramelized Sugar), Milk Ingredients (Milk), Modified Milk Ingredients (Milk), Soy Lecithin (Soy), Natural Vanilla Flavour, Salt], Milk Chocolate [Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Milk Ingredients (Milk), Unsweetened Chocolate, Soy Lecithin (Soy), Vanilla Bean Seeds], Natural Flavour, Cannabis Distillate. May contain: Peanuts, Tree nuts, Wheat, Eggs, Sulphites, Gluten

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Cannabis is an agricultural product and as such there is some expected variation between harvests and batches. The product you receive may not be exactly as illustrated. The displayed THC and CBD ranges are estimates provided by the federally licensed producer. When you receive your order, please check the THC and CBD ranges on the package(s). In the event of a discrepancy between the website and a package, you should rely on the information on the package.