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Founded by Scott Jennings in 2009, Pantry Food Co. is a cannabis brand specializing in wellness-centered edibles. Using “only the most nutrient-dense ingredients,” Pantry mindfully doses its edibles to “empower a balanced lifestyle”—providing support for sleep, immunity, brain health, and stress relief. Low sugar, gluten free, and vegan-friendly, Pantry edibles are designed to help even the most health-conscious consumer indulge while staying fit.
Product Types Offered
PANTRY SUPERFOOD BITES: 100% guilt-free, bite-sized keto bites with less than 1 gram of sugar per bite and a balanced 1:1 CBD:THC ratio. Available in Cacao Keto, Good Day, Nite, and Glow Bites.
PANTRY REAL FRUIT JELLIES: French-inspired pâte de fruit jellies made with real fruit and no artificial colorings or flavorings. Available in Passionfruit Guava, Strawberry Lime, and White Peach.
PANTRY ESSENTIALS OLIVE OILS: In collaboration with Chefs Michael Magliano and Matthew Stockard, Pantry locally sources extra virgin olive oil and infuses with cannabis. Chef Matt’s olive oil includes 5mg THC per tablespoon, while Cheff Mag’s olive oil includes 5mg THC and 5mg CBD per tablespoon.
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How do I dose Pantry products?
If you’re new to cannabis, Pantry recommends starting half of a bite (2.5 mg THC and 2.5 mg CBD) to see how it affects you before moving on to a larger quantity. You can also consult Pantry’s Dose Calculator here.
How are Pantry’s Fruit Jellies made?
Fruit fibers such as pectin and agar agar set the jelly into a cube without the use of gelatin, keeping all Pantry fruit jellies plant-based and 100% vegan.
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