Mesobis, an artisan cannabis brand inspired by the celebration of Latin American culture, has launched Gomitas, a line of cannabis gummies with Latin flavors in California, with plans for expansion nationwide.
Born in Los Angeles with a Latin soul, Mesobis aims to offer curated collections of authentic products, experiences, and content. Mesobis exists to represent and serve the growing Latino community that identifies with a hybrid background and culture in an industry that has historically ignored its intrinsic connection to cannabis.
"Despite the exponential growth of the cannabis industry in recent years, a gap remains in authentic and culturally relevant brands that resonate with diverse consumers," said Nelson Cury, co-founder and CEO of Mesobis. "This is particularly true in California, where Latin Americans are the largest and fastest-growing population. The launch of Mesobis represents a collective dream to see a brand that is a true representation of us, by us. Through Mesobis, we hope to inspire the industry to celebrate Latin America's rich culture, and empower everyone to be proud of where they come from."
Mesobis was founded by Cury and Santiago Cervantes, who are lifelong friends possessing a deeply rooted passion for their shared Latin American culture and hybrid roots. Mesobis Gomitas are available in three flavors that draw inspiration from cultural classics: Mango con Chile, Tamarindo con Chamoy, and Acai. The Gomitas are formulated using advanced nano molecular technology that ensures a fast-acting dose every time. Each pack includes 10 bite-sized, pyramid-shaped Gomitas, infused with 10 mg THC per piece.
To bring the Gomitas to market, Mesobis partnered with investors including Gron Ventures, The Activist Green Fund, Achari Ventures, and Gaingels. Additional brand advisors and equity holders include The Garden Society and several other Latin American entrepreneurs and creatives.
At launch, Mesobis will also drop a line of uniquely designed streetwear. The apparel collection, which features hoodies, t-shirts, and more, combines the brand's love for Mesoamerican culture with modern style.
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