Uber expands its food delivery service to include cannabis-infused food

UberEats has announced that it will be offering cannabis-infused foods in Ontario as of Wednesday. The move will enable consumers to order foods made with dried cannabis for delivery within one hour in Toronto and one hour in the surrounding regions.

UberEats has a history of catering to diverse customer tastes, and has previously launched Cannabis Snacks, which delivered snacks made with a mixture of cannabis and nuts or seeds. Now, Uber will offer dabs, hot chocolate, poutine and hummus among other pot products. Though the rollout has only just begun, the decision to allow pot products to be added to an already rich list of food options could lead to more popular alternatives and increase daily sales, since “ingredient allergies, delivery times, insurance or dispensing methods vary depending on place of purchase.”

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