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Why Colorado Takers Love Runtz

Why Colorado Takers Love Runtz

It’s no secret that candy dominates the edibles market. Chocolates, gummies, lollipops, mints — they’re always near the top of the counter. Some of that sugary fun has crossed over into the strain world, too, with varieties like Zkittlez, Kush Mints and Candyland all seeing various levels of success over the past couple of years. But none of them have grabbed potheads by the tongue like Runtz.

Runtz, which originated in Los Angeles, is beloved for its fruity flavor profile, potent-yet-balanced high and wide array of colors. (Coming from the Cookies family and being pushed with colorful marketing didn’t hurt, either.) Originally a child of a Gelato #33 phenotype and Zkittlez, Runtz had a huge 2020 and has since sprouted a family of phenotypes, with White Runtz and Pink Runtz becoming popular strains on their own.

Although Colorado got in on the Runtz game later than California did, the movement is up and running now as some of the state’s most popular dispensaries and cultivators jump on the bandwagon.

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