Chicago-area dispensaries selling Good News Pride Edition gummies, vapes to benefit Center on Halsted

Sat. June 12, 2021 6:11 PM by Gerald Farinas

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Good News cannabis brand is selling limited Pride Edition gummies and vapes that will benefit Center on Halsted—Chicago's LGBTQ community center—and San Francisco's SFLGBT Center.

A portion of sales will be donated to Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St.

Good News Pride Assorted Sour Gummies sells a pack of 10 gummies with 10mg of THC in each. 

The gummies are vegan and gluten-free.

Good News Pride Edition Vape Pen is disposable and is loaded with 300mg of THC.

The manufacturer claims that the vape is “ready to use right off the shelf. More discreet than a joint and faster-acting than edibles.”

“The length of time Good News disposable vape pens last varies from person to person, but each pen generally offers 90, 3-second draws,” the company says.

Both items are currently retailing around $39 but may differ from dispensary to dispensary—and state to state.

Popular dispensary Sunnyside has two Chicago locations stocked with Good News' Pride Edition products: 3812 N. Clark St. in Lakeview, and 436 N. Clark St. in River North.

It also has several suburban locations and downstate locations for recreational marijuana products: Champaign, Danville, Elmwood Park, Naperville, Rockford, Schaumburg, and South Beloit.

Sunnyside has locations in Arizona, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

Good News items can also be found at dispensaries Curaleaf, Dispensary 33, GreenGate, MedMen, Modern Cannabis, NuEra, Verilife, Zen Leaf, among others.

Pride Edition gummies and vapes specifically might not be available at these other dispensaries.

Good News uses cannabis grown by Cresco Labs.