Kush Bottles unveils new Kush N Slide child-resistant exit bag

24 August 2016 (Last Updated August 24th, 2016 18:30)

US-based Kush Bottles has expanded its line of packaging products with the launch of a new Kush N Slide child-resistant exit bag.

US-based Kush Bottles has expanded its line of packaging products with the launch of a new Kush N Slide child-resistant exit bag.

Certified with child resistant per Title 16 CFR 1700, Kush N Slide has been developed in accordance with existing packaging regulations in Colorado and Oregon.

Kush Bottles provides packaging, accessories, and branding solutions for the legal cannabis industry, and said that the demand for exit packaging will increase as more states implement legal cannabis programmes and mandating child resistant exit packaging.

The newly launched packaging can be tailor-made according to customer requirements.

"While our business rapidly grows and gains scale, staying nimble remains ingrained in the Kush Bottles culture and continues to be a key competitive advantage for us."

Custom cannabis packaging can improve brand identity and can increase brand recognition in the legal cannabis market.

Kush Bottles co-founder and CEO Nicholas Kovacevich said: “We keep in constant communication with state regulators to keep our fingers on the pulse of cannabis compliance laws. This helps us assess our clients’ needs and understand how we can better serve our industry.

“While our business rapidly grows and gains scale, staying nimble remains ingrained in the Kush Bottles culture and continues to be a key competitive advantage for us.

“When we see an opportunity, we design, produce, or source the right products to meet the needs of our industry, which is the driver behind our recurring revenue business model.”

The company currently serves as the exclusive distributor of The Satchel, a child-resistant cloth bag.

Kush Bottles also provides various other child-resistant and non child-resistant exit bag solutions able to be fully customised.

Last month, the company opened a new regional sales and distribution centre in Seattle, Washington.