Kiva Confections is ready to take on the Missouri cannabis market

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The cannabis company is rolling out new products to the growing Missouri industry

Missouri’s marijuana market is becoming one of the most sought-after in recent weeks. Many companies have focused on the Show Me State after being one of the last to jump on the legal recreational cannabis bandwagon. Kiva Confections did not want to be left behind. After joining forces with C3 Industries, a vertically integrated cannabis company in several states, the firm announced the expansion of its brand into the Missouri market.

Over the next year, Kiva will work hand-in-hand with the Ann Arbor, MI-based company to bring the brand’s edibles portfolio to retailers throughout the Missouri market through an exclusive licensing partnership. The company is clear that the state has fairly high potential and hopes to be one of the first in the pipeline to benefit from that.

“We’re absolutely thrilled at the opportunity to bring our house of brands into the burgeoning Missouri market and partner with a like-minded company like C3,” stated Kiva Confections co-founder Kristi Palmer. “We can’t wait for consumers to discover our premium, precisely-dosed, and delicious suite of edibles that so many across the US and Canada have come to trust and love.”

All Missouri consumers who have been excited about the launch of the new market now have one more option on the table. They can find Camino Sours Gummies vegan and Camino based on Kiva effects in different flavors through select retailers across the state starting this month. C3 Industries CEO Ankur Rungta says this new partnership is a testament to C3’s expert manufacturing and distribution capabilities.