Auxly Chooses Maple Over Pumpkin For Fall Flavors

A trip to the grocery store in fall is a trip down pumpkin spice land. Like Cinderella’s carriage, it seems like every product is impossibly turned into pumpkin spice. Thank goodness one cannabis company has opted for maple instead. Foray is a Canadian cannabis brand that is rolling out a line of infused maple candies and it feels like a cruel joke on us poor Americans. Foray is owned and operated byAuxly Cannabis Group Inc. (TSX.V – XLY).

Canadians Like Maple Better

A national consumer survey commissioned by Foray, which found that 74%, or nearly three quarters, of Canadians, prefer the flavor of maple to pumpkin spice.  The results were overwhelmingly in favour of maple. Nationally, 74% of Canadians prefer maple to pumpkin spice. Regionally, Quebec (88%), Ontario (73%) and Alberta (72%) showed the highest preference for maple, with Manitoba (64%) and Saskatchewan (59%) demonstrating the lowest preference. Demographically, 83% of men and 67% of women prefer maple; interestingly, women (33%) were nearly twice as likely as men (17%) to prefer pumpkin spice.

“At Foray, we’re constantly researching about new products to bring to the marketplace for both novice and more experienced consumers, and we’re thrilled to launch Foray Hard Maple Caramels in time for the fall season,” said Eric Goulet, Brand Director, Foray. “Congratulations to the entire product innovation team for bringing an exciting new product category to the Canadian market with Foray Hard Maple Caramels.”

Made using real Canadian maple syrup, butter, cream – and of course, cannabis – Foray Hard Maple Caramels are going to cannabis retail stores across Canada this October. Foray Hard Maple Caramels represent a new product category for cannabis 2.0 consumers, developed by Auxly’s product innovation team. Hard Maple Caramels will be available in a two-pack, with each piece containing 5 mg of THC. Each piece is made using real maple syrup, sourced from a co-operative in New Brunswick, along with real butter and cream, and a Sativa/Indica cannabis blend. Foray Hard Maple Caramels are manufactured in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, where each batch undergoes rigorous testing to ensure a high-quality, consistent dosage with every use.

Hard Maple Caramels join Foray’s line-up of popular Cannabis 2.0 products, which includes: Soft Chews, in Raspberry Vanilla (THC) and Peach Mango (Balanced) formulations; Chocolate, in Dark Chocolate (THC), Vanilla Chai Milk Chocolate (THC), and Salted Caramel (Balanced) varieties; and Vapes, in strains such as Blackberry Cream (Indica), Strawberry Ice (Sativa), Maui Wowie (Sativa), Mango Haze (Balanced and CBD), and Goji OG (Hybrid).

Debra Borchardt

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Debra Borchardt is the CEO, Co-Founder, and Editor-In-Chief of GMR. She has covered the cannabis industry for several years at Forbes, Seeking Alpha and TheStreet. Prior to becoming a financial journalist, Debra was a Vice President at Bear Stearns where she held a Series 7 and Registered Investment Advisor license. Debra has a Masters degree in Business Journalism from New York University.


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