International cannabis brand Cookies has launched its Humboldt Grown Initiative, a line of cannabis products from the heart of California’s historic Emerald Triangle. Cookies debuted this line in time for "Croptober," the season during which a vast majority of sun-grown cannabis is ready to harvest.
"Similar to the wine appellation for Champagne in France, this cannabis appellation initiative elevates the craft cannabis produced by Cookies’ cultivation partners based in the three NorCal counties of Humboldt, Mendocino, and Trinity, the historic Emerald Triangle region," the Cookies team explains. "With a history dating back to 1960s counterculture, the Emerald Triangle has long been considered the top cannabis growing region in America."
Cannabis from the Pacific coastal climate of the Emerald Triangle is distinctive due to varying soil and wind conditions that create unique properties in the plant trichomes for singular terpene profiles.
"There’s no doubt the Emerald Triangle made American cannabis culture what it is today, and it’s still arguably one of the best climates in the world to cultivate cannabis," said Berner, Co-Founder and CEO of Cookies. "In this new era with bigger companies buying up massive facilities and mass-producing products, it’s made it so much harder for smaller craft cannabis cultivators to be successful. One of our missions at Cookies is to help people from the old game stay in the game. We are truly honored to support this community and these craft growers and give them the recognition they deserve."
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