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This delicious celebration is redefining sweet and sour. The flavor is sure to energize your taste buds while chilling you out. See for yourself how the two flavors are balanced to sweet perfection in this delicious treat.

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To ensure everything would be above board, Bride and Gonzalez partnered with legal professionals in addition to chemists, food scientists and chefs. The result—Mellow is launching with three distinct flavors: mint chocolate chip, himalayan sea salt and caramel, and Tahitian vanilla peanut butter cup. Also, available for purchase will be limited edition branded apparel and pre-rolls that are locally sourced and rolled in California.

“To get around the red tape, a lot of people operate in the semi-legal zone,” said Gonzalez, in a news announcement announcing Mellow’s launch. “We intend to become a household brand, and we have no intention of shooting ourselves in the foot by breaking some law because we were ignorant of it.”

It’s a treat that everyone loves and starting this week, Mellow Ice Cream, a new Los Angeles-based THC and CBD-infused ice cream offering, is making its delectable debut. Even though this cannabis edible is not an anomaly as there have been CBD desserts of this kind before, it is the first in California’s competitive recreational market to be fully compliant with state law, according to founders Jesse Bride and Enrique Gonzalez. As both are set on Mellow becoming a mouth-watering success, neither has any desire to sabotage their goal due to bureaucratic carelessness.

Bride and Gonzalez, who are both long-term friends as well as serial entrepreneurs, first conceived the idea of Mellow after witnessing firsthand the effects of painful cancer treatments in their immediate families. Also, they had long been interested in the cannabis industry. Mellow fulfilled their desire of creating a delicious edible offering that would be both a safe and enjoyable method of ingesting cannabis.

You probably already know that we’re fans of all things groovy — think: Half Baked and Dave Matthews Band Magic Brownies. So it’s no surprise that we can’t wait to get into the latest food trend: cannabidiol, or CBD. We are open to bringing CBD-infused ice cream to your freezer as soon as it’s legalized at the federal level.

A recent National Restaurant Association survey found that three in four chefs named CBD – and cannabis-infused food as a hot trend in 2019. “We’re doing this for our fans,” said Ben & Jerry’s CEO Matthew McCarthy. “We’ve listened and brought them everything from Non-Dairy indulgences to on-the-go portions with our Pint Slices. We aspire to love our fans more than they love us and we want to give them what they’re looking for in a Ben & Jerry’s way.”

On Trend

Currently, the FDA prohibits adding CBD to food and beverages. But change is on the horizon: They’ve set a public hearing on the legalization of CBD-infused foods and beverages for May 31st, and we’ve submitted a comment to them in support of legalization.

But just chasing a trend isn’t quite enough for us. We want to use sustainably-sourced CBD from our home state of Vermont. After all, values-led sourcing is an important part of our process when we churn up new ice cream innovations. By using high-quality, sustainably-sourced ingredients, we support our linked prosperity model, ensuring that everyone involved with making our flavors — from the cocoa farmers to the Scoop Shop scoopers — is positively impacted. We source our brownies from Greyston Bakery, which has an innovative open-door hiring policy, and our cookie dough comes from Rhino Foods, which employs refugees and sources its dairy locally from the St. Albans Co-op.

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