Oakland’s Korova owns the high-THC edibles market, which will be banned under the state’s historic regulations
BY ED MURRIETA
Korova Edibles is about to lose its claim of “Unrivaled Potency.”
Since it launched in 2011, the Oakland company has owned the super-potent edibles space. Its current product line-up includes two dozen edibles each containing between 150 and 1,000 mg of mind-bending, body-soothing THC.
All of those super-potent edibles are on the verge of being banned under historic cannabis regulations that begin Jan. 1 in California,
Come Jan. 2, when medicinal dispensaries re-open after the New Year’s holiday, all Korova products sold via 765 stores and delivery services will effectively be as potent as every other edible brand in California’s newly regulated market and on potency par with other medicinal and recreational states: no more than 100 mg of THC per package.
Same goes for when recreational cannabis sales start later in the week, month or year, depending on local approval.