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Annie Nelson's Infused Chocolates Added to Willie's Reserve Product Line

Willie Nelson's wife Annie is getting into the pot business. Her Annie's Edibles infused chocolates are now available at 12 Washington State adult-use locations. 

"I make my infused chocolates for people who want to enjoy gourmet cannabis chocolate in a controllable way," Nelson says. "It's important that my chocolates are suitable for those with diet restrictions – whether someone is vegan, has Celiac Disease or gluten allergies, requires a low or balanced sweetener diet or if they have a low tolerance to cannabis they can still enjoy the benefits of my infused chocolates."

The fair-trade chocolate is made by Fine & Raw, whose mission is "to save the world through silliness and chocolate." Their "low heat technique [keeps] the chocolate's raw vitality and flavor." All ingredients are organic.

According to a press release from Willie's Reserve, "Annie's Infused Chocolates are infused using a proprietary whole-plant cannabis extraction process that maintains the full spectrum of cannabinoids, in low dose confections." The bars are scored into 5 mg pieces.

The chocolates can be found at the following stores:

Have a Heart - 115 Blanchard St.. Seattle
Herb(n) Elements - 11013 Lake City Way NE, Seattle
Herban Legends - 55 Bell St., Seattle
Locals Canna House - 9616 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley
Clear Choice Cannabis - 8001 S. Hosmer St., Tacoma
Always Greener Downtown - 15937 Redmond Way, Redmond
The Bud Hut - 1137 WA-532, Camano Island
The Grass Station - 403 Frontage Rd., George
Buddy's Pot Shop - 420 Sunset Blvd. N, Renton
Evergreen Market - 400 Rainier Ave. N, Renton
Gypsy Greens - 1570 N. National Ave., Chehalis
Mary Jane's House of Grass - 8312 E. Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver, WA

The former Annie D'Angelo married Nelson in 1991. They have two children, Lukas and Micah. 

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