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"If you want to make this illegal to anyone under 18, no problem," said Tony Van Pelt, owner of Chronic Candy, which sells hemp-flavored lollipops in liquor stores and other adult-oriented businesses.
Chicago bans sale of pot-flavored candies - UGN Security Forums
I don't intend and I don't want kids to eat it," said Tony Van Pelt, president of one manufacturer, Chronic Candy.
"There are 78 million pot smokers out there (in the United States) ...
That's who I'm going after."
is considering legal action because a product with legal ingredients is being declared off-limits in Chicago.
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Chronic Candy's owner, Tony Van Pelt, said the products are flavored with legal hemp oil and do not contain THC, which is the active ingredient in marijuana.The products are intended for adults.
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Chronic Candy founder 36 year old Tony Van Pelt, also known by his customers as Tony Montana after the movie character in "Scarface" says it's just candy.
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"Chronic Ice is going to be ...
"Chronic Ice is going to be all over the place at Spring Gathering-we'll be on stage with the stars and in the hands of participants when they come in and when they leave," said Tony Van Pelt, founder of Chronic Ice and ChronicCandy.com.
The hemp beverage will be given away as samples and available for purchase at the festival.
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