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Got the Munchies? Now There's Marijuana Pizza

Tue, 08/12/2014 - 10:44am
Unique Pizza and Subs Corporation

PITTSBURGH (PRNewswire) — Unique Pizza and Subs Corporation (OTC Pink: UPZS) today announced it will explore the possibility of developing a signature Unique Pizza that has cannabis infused into it. The company believes, with the increasing demand and legalization of marijuana in Colorado, it would utilize Dr. Reddy's world renowned skills, laboratories and test kitchen to develop a signature line of marijuana enhanced Unique Pizza's, that could be sold at adult bars and night clubs throughout the state.  Utilizing Dr. Reddy's superior scientific technology affords the company a Unique opportunity to explore the various possibilities in the fast growing marijuana industry.

After the legalization of marijuana Colorado began the testing of marijuana edible products on May 1st of this year putting this region in the developmental forefront of the cannabis industry. Unique Pizza would like to be on the vanguard of the hot and ready edible cannabis industry and believe that bringing together Dr. Reddy's superior scientific skills with Unique Pizza's industry leading gourmet taste is the perfect blend of flavors to lead this new frontier.  

James Vowler, Unique Pizza and Subs President & CEO, said, "We started our discussions about the possibility of developing a line of marijuana pizzas back in April of this year. Since then our casual discussions have led us to beginning the necessary steps to start developing prototypes of a Unique cannabis gourmet pizza. As mentioned in previous releases we are developing a frozen (non-marijuana) pizza that we expect to have in production by the end of this year and believe we can also explore the development of a marijuana pizza in that same timeframe. One of our largest shareholders has expressed a strong interest in owning the rights to distribute a Unique Marijuana Pizza throughout his home country of Canada and we will be working closely with him and his company on this project."  

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