Growing number of food companies in Colorado have started to consider labeling foods that are pot-free.
“It’s rare, but it happens,” said convenience store owner Grecko Tizialis from Denver, CO. “Every now and then, a customer would walk in and ask if we have any items in our store that are pot-free.”
“To be honest, we didn’t know. We didn’t think we had any, but when we conducted an inventory check – would you believe it? We actually found at least 9 pot-free items! Go figure!”
“We want to please all our customers,” said Tizialis. “It may be one person per month who, for some odd reason, might want to purchase a pot-free food item. We may not quite understand why someone would want that, it doesn’t really make any sense, but we still want to be able to meet that customer’s demand, so that they also leave the store happy.”
“Well, as happy as they could be with pot-free food anyway,” he added.
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