MagicalButter, a Seattle-based company that makes a botanical extractor that turns raw cannabis into a substance that can be infused into food and beverages, has a marijuana food truck.
Known officially as the Samich Truck (SAMICH is an acronym for Savory Accessible Marijuana Infused Culinary Happiness), this former school bus painted a bright pink, offers fare that is more than the typical munchies like brownies and cookies. Dishes include the Samich (sunbutter and jelly), Bin Mi (Vietnamese style pork sandwich), The Bronco (BBQ pulled pork sandwich), PhaReal Cheese Samich, and Kushie Tomato Soup.
All products are made using Magical Butter’s signature MB2 pot-infusion device the company says any home cook can use. Each food item sold on the truck contains about 30-100mg of THC–the active ingredient in marijuana.
Geryn Angel, founder and CEO of Magicalbutter, says the company envisions a fleet of trucks in San Diego, Tampa, and Toronto where they can park near beaches and other recreation sites. They also have plans to create a smartphone app that will alert customers when the truck is rolling up to stop near you.
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