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Tripp Keber's Fast Company Interview: We've Probably Built the Largest MMJ Infused Products Manufacturer in the Country


Dixie Elixirs Managing DirectorFast Company Meets Dixie Elixir’s Tripp Keber

Tripp Keber, the managing director of the premier cannabis infused edible brand company Dixie Elixirs & Edibles, was recently given an innovation spotlight from the media power-houseFast company. A well-known business professional in the cannabis industry, Keber strives to push the highest standards for the companies 8 distinct product lines, representing 55 unique products. The cannabis-infused products line consists of sodas, edibles, drops, lozenges, capsules, oils, mints, and botanicals.

I did see an opportunity as an entrepreneur...

At just under three years old, the company provides medically infused products which are dispensed to patients at almost 90% of the Medical Marijuana Care Centers in Colorado. They also operate Dixie Botanicals (previously known as Dixie X) which provides Hemp based CBD wellness products, without the THC pyschoactive aspects.

Through Red Dice Holdings, publicly traded company Medical Marijuana Inc. (MJNA) continues expansion of Dixie Elixirs & Edibles brand nationally, and now that states including Colorado and Washington have legalized recreational use of marijuana it will continue its market penetration and product development.

Watch the Fast Company clip below where they visit the Dixie Elixirs manufacturing facility in Denver to get Keber's take on how innovation helps stay competitive in the modern era of the evolving cannabis industry.

Dixie Elixirs is the kind of business that acts as a blueprint for other cannabis-infused product companies and entrepreneurs -- professional, innovative, and sophisticated for the cannabis industry.  

Image by Fast Company 


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