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"It was a historic moment," said Tripp Keber, head of Dixie Brands, a company that sells cannabis-infused fizzy drinks and other marijuana products. "This is the first time a presidential candidate has openly dealt with an industry still considered illegal at the federal level." As marijuana becomes big business in America, its political clout is ... READ MORE >
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In addition to working as a vet, Katz is an elected member of the New York State Assembly, and he recently teamed up with Dixie Elixirs and Brands, one of the more prominent cannabis brands in Colorado, to create Therabis, a line of pet dietary supplements containing CBD. “To be very, very clear, there is no euphoria. So Fluffy is not going to... READ MORE >
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Colorado-based edibles behemoth Dixie Brands, which sells Dixie Elixirs marijuana products in Colorado and licenses the brand for sale in California, will soon launch two new CBD-enriched supplement lines available for purchase anywhere in the U.S. — one hemp-rooted product for human consumption and one for dogs and cats. Two new hemp-based pr... READ MORE >
Colorado’s Dixie Elixirs, which creates cannabis-infused soft drinks, became huge stories, with features on TV news and in print. According to Dixie Elixirs’ CEO Joe Hodas, the prevailing trend toward the collective sweet tooths of cannabis enthusiasts has nothing to do with age. “On the savory side of things, with crackers or other baked ite... READ MORE >
Upon entering Dixie Elixirs's headquarters in Denver, you're greeted by a big sign that reads: "The Future of Cannabis." Since its 2009 founding, Dixie has updated its image from a "pot soda" company to a gourmet THC edibles manufacturer whose carbonated drinks and snacks, containing ingredients like pepita and sea salt, look like they could be fou... READ MORE >
The afternoon came to a close with a presentation from Tripp Keber, CEO and co-founder of Colorado-based Dixie Brands, makers of THC-infused sodas Dixie Elixirs. A leader in a young but already extremely lucrative category, Keber’s remarks offered a sobering reality for anyone doubting the legitimacy and opportunity in the commercialization of re... READ MORE >
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Colorado businesses are not required to test medical marijuana and medical marijuana infused products. CBS4 found out some are doing it anyway. “We go ahead and test those medical products because we want to know how much THC we’re putting in there to make sure that we’re accurate with our dosing,” Joe Hodas with Dixie Elixirs said. Ho... READ MORE >
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"We are literally seeing bed and breakfasts rebranding themselves around cannabis," Kyricos says. "And it's being integrated into skin care products. There's a company called Dixie Elixir that's producing very slick, topical products that wouldn't look out of place on a shelf at Whole Foods. They look that refined. "The range of products made from ... READ MORE >
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Denver-based marijuana edibles maker Dixie Elixirs & Edibles will begin selling some of its products in California on July 1, with some help from a Monterrey County startup. Dixie's Toasted Rooster chocolate bar, Awakening and Relaxing Mints and Lifted energy shot will be manufactured and distributed in northern California by Indus Holding Co.,... READ MORE >
One company in Denver, Dixie Elixirs, is on a mission to further bring marijuana mainstream through sophisticated branding and products like its "elixirs" line of carbonated drinks, a THC oil-infused gourmet chocolate bar called Toasted Rooster, and a range of gum, mints, and tinctures. INC. Dixie Elixirs THC Infused Edibles... READ MORE >
Although some banks are willing to open accounts for cannabis firms, they charge about ten thousand dollars a month in fees. “No other industry has to pay fees like that,” Perino said. Tripp Keber, who produces Dixie Elixirs, THC-infused drinks, said you need “delusional confidence and patience to get through this.” Delusional Confidence... READ MORE >
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Shellene Suemori, director of science and R&D at Dixie Elixirs & Edibles suggests production methods may actually alter the sativa, indica and strain attributes. Suemori says, “Due to many processing techniques, most of the terpenes that people associate with strain-specific attributes are largely lost before the oil is incorporated into an edib... READ MORE >
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Dixie recently introduced a chocolate bar called the Toasted Rooster which can be broken into 12 pieces of 7 mg each. To make it childproof the box contains a tray with a tab on each of the two longer sides that stick through slots in the box’s side. The two tabs need to be pushed down simultaneously to slide the tray out, as if it contained the ... READ MORE >
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“We are concerned about the uneducated consumer who may have had a bad experience with edibles, because that means they may not use our products in the future,” Joe Hodas, chief marketing director for the marijuana product manufacturer Dixie, which is producing a watermelon-flavored drink with 5 milligrams of THC, told the Huffington Post. “... READ MORE >
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At the Cannabis Cup: 48 hours of potheads and would-be marijuana magnates. “After an hour long meander down the outdoor pavilion, I aimed my compass at the Dixie Elixirs & Edibles booth. Or rather, the Dixie Tower. Dixie CEO Tripp Keber had erected a three-story platform that reminded me of those scaffolding towers college football coaches us... READ MORE >
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Dixie scrambled to come up with a bottle that would allow consumers to dispense the drink into servings containing up to 10 milligrams of THC. Dixie settled on a container with a cap that resembles the top of a mouthwash bottle. The cap doubles as a dispensing cup. "A bottle that we were looking for just didn't exist," said Joe Hodas, the company'... READ MORE >
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She works at one of the largest marijuana-infused edibles companies in Colorado and, if they have their say, soon the United States. She is the director of marketing at Dixie Elixirs & Edibles, which is known in Colorado for its infused edibles and topicals, as well as its namesake drinks being sold medically and recreationally — Lindsay Topp... READ MORE >
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Tripp Keber can’t roll a joint. “But I can certainly pour you a glass of an effervescent adult-flavored sparkling pomegranate soda, and we can experience the benefits of cannabis that way,” says the 46-year-old CEO of Dixie Brands, Inc., whose Dixie Elixirs and Edibles brands are among the biggest names in Colorado’s legal pot business. Ed... READ MORE >

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