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Does TSUMo Snacks Make Cannabis Products?

OAKLAND, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hot on the heels of the recent launch of an ongoing partnership with legendary entertainment icon Snoop Dogg, TSUMo Snacks, the California-based salty and savory cannabis edibles brand, is giving “danks” this holiday season with the launch of two new limited-edition holiday flavors—Turkey Dinner Popped Potato Chips and Cinnamon Sugar Churro Crispy Tortilla Chips. Available in California dispensaries, these perfectly shareable 100mg bags bring a whole new meaning to the “holidaze” with cannabis-infused delights.

Inspired by nostalgic seasonal tastes, TSUMo Snacks brings these crispy cannabis crunchers to California consumers in a cornucopia of cannabis-infused pleasures. The holiday offerings come in a delectable duo of mouthwatering and delicious flavors:

  • Turkey Dinner: These popped potato chips taste like a Thanksgiving feast that will make consumers “gobble, gobble” for more on Turkey Day and beyond. Gather friends and fam for a harvest of popped chips, dusted with a savory turkey seasoning and infused with THC.
  • Cinnamon Sugar Churro: As TSUMo Snacks’ first foray into a sweet-tinged chip, Cinnamon Sugar Churro is a delicious combination of sugar and cinnamon delivered in a tortilla chip form. These infused tortilla chips are a crunchy holiday treat that’ll take you higher than Rudolph and his red nose. Sources say Santa prefers these to cookies, so stock up for the season!

“The holiday flavors were curated to bring friends, family and loved ones together to help folks enjoy the holiday season to their ‘highest’ potential,” said TSUMo Snacks Co-Founder and CEO Caroline Yeh. “From delicious chips sprinkled with turkey seasoning to the joy of eating cinnamon-sweet churros, TSUMo Snacks is bringing together all the best parts of the holidays without the hassle of traditional seasonal tropes… and infusing it with cannabis.”

In the spirit of the holiday season’s themes of friends, family and giving back, TSUMo Snacks is introducing the first annual “Weed Wish You a Happy Holidays” giveback initiative. In partnership with canna-beverage brand Wunder and cannabis subscription box service Nugg Club, holiday shoppers will get 10% off all TSUMo Snacks products and four packs of breezy THC-infused libations from Wunder.

In addition, for every bundle purchased, TSUMo Snacks, Wunder and Nugg Club will donate $2 —enough to purchase food for four meals for local families through the brands’ food bank partner, San Francisco-Marin Food Bank.

Turkey Dinner and Cinnamon Sugar Churro will be available starting November 4 throughout California at select partner dispensaries.

For more information on Turkey Dinner and Cinnamon Sugar Churros, please visit TSUMoSnacks.com. Details regarding TSUMo Snacks’ “Weed Wish You a Happy Holidays” initiative can be found online through Nugg Club.

About TSUMo Snacks

TSUMo is an innovative snack food company that brings adult consumers a unique snacking experience by combining familiar savory flavors and cannabis. Guided by the core values of authenticity, relatability and trust, the diverse, woman-led team at TSUMo makes boldly flavored snacks that elevate everyday moments. By combining craveable, familiar flavors with precise amounts of THC, the shareable snacks provide a differentiated infusion in a space crowded with sweet-centric offerings. TSUMo’s in-house cannabis experts and food scientists strictly adhere to safety protocols to ensure that each TSUMo product has a consistent and homogeneous dose of THC, ensuring an enjoyable munching experience. Learn more at TSUMo Snacks.

About Nugg Club

Nugg Club is the cannabis wholesale marketplace, with the best prices guaranteed. Without a subscription, you can shop the biggest selection of top brands, up to 60% off all year long. Or subscribe to a membership for curated monthly boxes to discover the best brands, + hundreds in exclusive savings and perks. Learn more at nuggclub.com.


Casey Echols
Grasslands: A Journalism-Minded Agency

Source: Businesswire