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Arizona Iced Tea maker will likely start selling vape pens, weed gummies, and marijuana-infused beverages after reported deal with cannabis company

Arizona Iced Tea maker will likely start selling vape pens, weed gummies, and marijuana-infused beverages after reported deal with cannabis company
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Arizona Iced Tea's parent company penned a licensing deal with cannabis company Dixie Brands Inc., The Wall Street Journal reports.




The iced-tea maker is expected to start selling vape pens, weed gummies, and marijuana-infused beverages.




Arizona Iced Tea has rolled out some unexpected marketing campaigns recently, including a pop-up selling Arizona Iced Tea-branded Adidas for 99 cents that was shut down by police after two teenagers were assaulted.




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The company behind Arizona Iced Tea is reportedly getting into the marijuana business.
Arizona Beverage Co. has reached a licensing deal with cannabis company Dixie Brands Inc., Jennifer Maloney reported in The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.
"Plans for the Arizona line are in the early stages," Maloney reports. "It is likely to start with vape pens and gummies, followed by a variety of beverages that could include tea, lemonade, soda, coffee or seltzer, officials said."
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