Founded in 2019, Pantry Food Co. specializes in cannabis-infused edibles crafted by award-winning chefs using only premium ingredients. Recently, the company moved in the direction of healthy pantry items for use in the kitchen.
But don’t take our word for it—Pantry Food Co. enlists and relies on the experts to ensure all products live up to consumers’ expectations.
With an emphasis in the culinary arts and health, the brand was created after CEO Scott Jennings noticed the lack of cannabis products that were both healthy and functional—but products that also tasted good. “We started focusing on culinary arts and cannabis,” Jennings tells High Times. “However, we evolved to really pairing cannabis with nutritional and functional ingredients to provide consumers with better-for-you, next generation products.”
Products include the sleep-inducing Nite Bites, with a 1:1 ratio of cannabinol (CBN) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), as well as valerian root, L-theanine, passionflower, 5mg CBN, 5mg THC and 1.5mg melatonin. In contrast, the Good Day Bites contain a 1:1 THC:CBD blend, Lion’s mane mushroom, turmeric, ginger, Ashwagandha, 5mg THC and 5mg CBD. Also, a Keto-friendly version containing cacao, as well as other adaptogens and ingredients.
You’ll also find real fruit jellies including Passionfruit Guava Jellies, Strawberry Lime Jellies and White Peach Jellies, all loaded with 100mg THC, and divided up into 5mg pieces, making titration and microdosing easier.
The all-too-common problem with edibles is that, sometimes, people scarf an entire edible down, unable—or unwilling—to wait for them to kick in. Pantry Food Co. produces bite-size edibles in small doses such as 5mg, allowing consumers to easily attain their desired effects. “All of our endocannabinoid systems are different,” Jennings explains. “Every human body is different. So microdosing, you’re really allowing consumers to define the level of what works for them.”
Author: Benjamin M. Adams / High Times