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One week after announcing a deal to put its products into Oregon and Arizona pot shops, the licensing arm of Denver-based Dixie Elixirs on Thursday announced its first international foray — into Australia and New Zealand.

Dixie Brands and its Australian partner, Cann Group, announced two licensing agreements Thursday night at the Marijuana Business Conference in Las Vegas.

The first deal will help launch Dixie-branded, Cann Group-formulated topicals and cosmetics infused with nonpsychoactive cannabinoid CBD in Australia and New Zealand early next year. The second will bring Dixie’s full line of THC-infused edibles, topicals and tinctures to market if and when medical marijuana programs launch in Australia and New Zealand.

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