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Choclate drips into a vat at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Choclate is poured into a mold at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. where they infuse edibles with cannabis. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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A man oversees chocolate being poured into a mold at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. where they infuse edibles with cannabis. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, California holds cannabis-infused, chocolate-covered bluberries. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 26, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, California holds cannabis-infused, chocolate-covered bluberries. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 26, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, California makes cannabis-infused, chocolate-covered bluberries. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 26, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, California makes cannabis-infused, chocolate-covered bluberries. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 26, 2018

 
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The signature treat of chocolate-covered blueberries at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. where they infuse edibles with cannabis. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. puts edibles into a box. The company is going above and beyond what the state law requires: Edibles must be sold in 10 mg servings of THC.  Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Kiva Confections adheres to the new California laws that demand proper labeling on edible cannabis products. Single servings must have no more than 10 mg of THC in a dose. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Cannabis-inflused edibles at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Warning labels on edible products to show that cannabis is a Schedule 1 controlled substance. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Bags of marijuana are locked up at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. The cannabis is infused in the chocolates. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Kristi Knoblich Palmer, COO and co-founder of Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. makes chocolate.  Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Employees at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. The company is going above and beyond what the state law requires: Edibles must be sold in 10 mg servings of THC. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. says the room where the marijuana is kept "smells great." Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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All employees at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. wear hairnets to keep a clean working environment. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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An employee at Kiva Confections in Oakland, Calif. packages chocolate on an assembly line. The company is going above and beyond what the state law requires: Edibles must be sold in 10 mg servings of THC. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 19, 2018

 
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Dr. Craig Smollin, medical director of the California Poison Control in San Francisco, looks at marijuana edibles. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 23, 2018

 
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Dr. Craig Smollin, medical director of the California Poison Control in San Francisco, looks at marijuana gummy edibles that were accidentally eaten at a quinceneara in 2016. Photo: Tony Hodrick/KTVU Jan. 23, 2018