Almost half of Canadians would try edible cannabis product, study suggests
Nearly half of Canadians say they are interested in trying cannabis-laced edibles such as brownies when marijuana is legalized, according to a study by Dalhousie University professors.
The survey also found that 39 per cent of respondents would be willing to order a dish made with marijuana at a restaurant, but most said they would have no idea how to cook with cannabis at home.
The study was led by Faculty of Management professor Sylvain Charlebois, a specialist in food distribution and policy.
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