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Marijuana-munchies bus to roll into Everett

Posted on September 25, 2014Posted By Russell & Hill, PLLCPosted In Marijuana DUI

Here is an interesting article written by Noah Haglund of the Everett Hearld.

Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014, 5:34 p.m.

Marijuana-munchies bus to roll into Everett

The Buzz: Weed ‘n’ feed

By Noah Haglund, Herald Writer

EVERETT — The temptation to infuse the food-truck fad with marijuana apparently was too great to pass up.

And so, if things go as planned, expect to see an entrepreneur pull into a south Everett farmers market this weekend to hawk cannabis-laced snacks from a converted school bus.

The hot-pink rolling restaurant, dubbed the Samich Truck, isn’t intended to comply with Washington’s rules for legal pot sales — and won’t. The state isn’t even scheduled to start issuing licenses for voter-approved retail pot sales until July 7.

The food truck’s backers want to sell THC-fortified sandwiches, popcorn and other treats to people with a doctor’s permission to use pot. It’s a gambit to promote a botanical extractor made by a Seattle-based MagicalButter.com.

“We have incredible chefs and we want to showcase their skills and the quality of the machine,” company CEO Garyn Angel said Tuesday.

A blender-like appliance marketed as the MB2, the extractor can infuse plant flavors such as pomegranate or rosemary into all sorts of food products: oils, butters, vodkas and more. It also can do that with THC, the psychoactive — some would argue medicinal — ingredient in marijuana.

Angel spoke by phone from Denver, where the truck debuted April 20 — naturally — at a pot festival called the Cannabis Cup. His venture soon attracted media attention from the likes of Newsweek, the Huffington Post and Forbes. Read more.

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