Sweet Grass Kitchen, one of Colorado’s oldest marijuana edibles brands, has been acquired by the state’s third-largest dispensary chain. Reports Westword
The marijuana-infused bakery and edibles maker was purchased by LivWell Enlightened Health, according to the two companies. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but the deal has been finalized.
Founded by Julie Berliner in 2009 (who originally cooked her edibles in a trailer so that she could drive the kitchen away before police showed up), Sweet Grass is one of the few edibles makers remaining true to the roots of classic infused treats, creating cookies, brownies and seasonal bites for dispensary shoppers, as well as making infused butter — an even rarer find in dispensaries nowadays — so that marijuana users can bake their own.