Chemesis International (CSI.C) and CBD snack-maker, Pipe Dream Kitchen (PDK), have put together a deal where PDK will open up its portfolio of CBD-based snacks and gourmet products to CSI’s customers, according to a press release.
The partnership will bring Chemesis new cannabis 2.0 options through PDK’s research and development around CBD-based products. Pipe Dream Kitchen makes CBD-infused snacks using its Chef Roc brand. These include protein bars, gourmet nuts and specialty chocolates. Their aim is a blend of fun and functional, delicious and nutritious products. Their CeReen line of CBD products involve relaxing edibles and teas.
“It’s a partnership of passion. Pipe Dream Kitchen’s unique CBD creations flow to customers through the innovative retail solutions of Chemesis. We are excited to be able to showcase our unique products in Chemesis’s vending AI solutions,” said Jim Webb, president of Pipe Dream Kitchen.
Chemesis International is a U.S.-based multistate cannabis company involved in cultivation and distribution of cannabis flower, and cannabis 2.0 products. They’re also presently working on implementing artificial intelligence into their operations and have access to an AI-based kiosk which can be used in high-traffic areas like shopping malls, stadiums, transit hubs, workplaces and large corporate headquarters.
Their chief culinary officer, Steve Cassino goes by Chef Roc. He’s a celebrity chef and entertainer boasting three decades of kitchen experience, over two decades of which were in the spotlight on locally and nationally broadcasted television programs. Chef Roc also has considerable experience in food product development and has put together products for brands like Burger King, Pizza Hut and Haagen Dazs. Lately, though, he’s been focused on blending health supplements and food products.
“The partnership with Pipe Dream Kitchen brings an incredible set of products that are formulated by a world-class culinary team. We believe consumers want high-quality CBD products and will eventually build strong consumer and brand loyalty,” said Josh Rosenberg, president of Chemesis.
CSI price rose 15.5% today and is now trading at $0.82.