BDSA reports candy represented nearly 70% of the edibles market in 2020, with chocolate occupying another 13%. While gummies are king—making up just over 85% of the confectionery edibles market—hard candy and mints represented just under 10%, at 4% and 5% respectively.
Hard candy, mints offer consumers controlled dosing and address specific needs.
Meanwhile, hard candy is made by heating and cooling a sugar solution. In 2019, Candy Head, LLC, Providence, RI, introduced lozenges containing 15 or 25 mg CBD. In addition to the infused hard candy base, each piece features a center cross infused with CBD.
Staying on trend
Le Mirage holds a proprietary hard candy insert scored into five equal pieces with a numeric indicator that displays the quantity of the remaining pieces. The dispenser is sold with a replacement cartridge or a razor with separate blade attachments. Available varieties include Sour Green Apple, Sour Peach, and Sour Cherry flavors, each with 5mg THC per serving; and Cristal Peppermint with 5 mg THC and 5 mg CBD per serving.
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