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"Slumped Kitchen" Is it Legal? NJ Marijauna Laws Loophole

Slumped Kitchen a Toms River-based company uses a delivery system similar to Washington DC Companies exploiting loopholes by selling "Treeats" snack packs.

Slumped Kitchen says its company is a "New and Unique Delivery Company". Slumped Kitchen sells you treats like brownies and cookies and drivers gift you up to one ounce marijauna to enjoy with those as a free gift. Thats the loophole Slumped Kitchen is Exploiting.

When you go to the website and scroll through the menu you buy treats with the optional variety of strains and weight of cannabis.

There's all kind of treat menus with potatoe chips, fruit snacks, candies but all come with a gift of marijauna.

"YES! This is 100% legal. We operate ONLY within the state of New Jersey! We follow all state laws that went into effect on Jan. 1st 2021. Please check and read up on the laws here," Slumped Kitchen says on its website.

According to Slumped Kitchens website the hours are from 9 AM to 10 PM. Orders aren't be shipped, but Slumped Kitchen offers New Jerseyeans the privilege of having delectable "TREEats" delivered right to their front doors by drivers.

If the prices look inflated, you aren't wrong. Technically, Slumped Kitchen offers a "gift" of a half-ounce of weed delivered with its treats for a total of about $250.

The Honest Marijuana Company in Colorado tracks average prices for various weed quantities in 29 states and the District of Columbia, where laws have been passed legalizing or decriminalizing medical and/or recreational marijuana.

According to its, a half-ounce of weed on the street in New Jersey goes for $149.46, on average. That's more expensive than all states on the list except for Vermont ($150.95), North Dakota ($164.11) and Alaska ($151.52). In Washington, D.C., that same half-ounce will cost you an extra $100 ($253.09).

Another note about Slumped Kitchens owner is he is a convicted felon. According to "A New Jersey man was sentenced to more than two years in prison on Friday for helping send “spam” e-mails to more than 1.2 million America Online subscribers.

Todd Moeller, 28, was sentenced 27 months in prison in a federal court in New York after he was caught making a deal with a government informant to send junk e-mails -- known as spam -- advertising a computer security program in return for 50 percent of the profits, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan said."

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