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About this Organization

SweetStone Candy was founded in 2011 in Denver. Their focus is on quality gourmet candies and they have a number of different options from their chocolit candy bars to their hard and soft candies. Their Dr. Pepper flavored hard candy was a hit at the 2013 2013 LA HighTimes Medical Cup, and their giant gummy bears (100 mg) finished in 2nd place.

Awards: 2nd – 2013 (LA HighTimes Medical Cup) Best Edible, Giant Gummy Bears

Awards Won (1) Are we missing any?

2013 Los Angeles Medical Cannabis Cup Best Edible (Gummy Bears)

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