An Unexpected Outcome of Legalized Pot - Part B

Submitted by General Patent on Tue, 11/25/2014 - 00:38

Hershey has won a trademark infringement lawsuit against a start-up Colorado-based company that makes marijuana-infused edibles that, the lawsuit alleged, resemble Hershey products. In its lawsuit, Hershey claimed that TinctureBelle manufactured and sold several products – Ganja Joy, Hasheath, Hashees and Dabby Patty – that too closely resembled Hershey's Almond Joy, Heath, Reese's peanut butter cups and York peppermint patty candies. In the settlement, the defendants agrees to no longer use those product names or Hershey’s brown, yellow and orange coloring in the their products packaging.

Here is what we want to know: If smoking pot gives you the muchies, then what must happen after you much on muchies that are pot-infused?