Franklin Fields, a Michigan cannabis cultivator and processor, has launched cannabis-infused sodas in the market. 

Launched in Canada in 2021, Sweet Justice was the country's first cannabis cola, which made its American debut through a partnership with Franklin Fields.

"These are sophisticated adult beverages with unique flavor and cannabinoid profiles to suit a wide array of drinkers," said Jocelyn Tse, Canada co-founder. 

The Sweet Justice formula uses small amounts of cane sugar (no high-fructose corn syrup), natural cola flavorings and essence, and lower carbonation to deliver a smooth, balanced traditional cola with a THC twist.

The Twisted Classics and Vibrant Sips come in four initial flavors:

  • OG Cola with 10 mg THC
  • Cherry Cola with 10 mg THC
  • Elderberry Pom with 5 mg each THC and CBD
  • Pacific Island Punch with 10 mg THC and 5 mg CBD

Franklin Fields is in research and development on two seasonal flavors: Cranberry Ginger Ale, set to launch in the fall, and OG Ginger Ale, on deck for spring. Each will have 10 mg THC. A third, higher dose variety is in development for summer 2024 – Root Beer, with 25 mg THC for more seasoned consumers.

Sweet Justice donates a portion of proceeds to the Great Lakes Expungement Network (GLEN), a collection of community-based organizations, professionals, businesses and criminal defense attorneys dedicated to providing Michiganders with criminal records an opportunity for a clean slate through fee-free expungements.

Sweet Justice can be found at The Botanical Co. locations in Lansing, Middleville, Tawas and Kalkaska, as well as through other retail partners across the state.

Franklin Fields, a Carbidex company, is a state-of-the-art cultivation and processing facility providing small-batch craft cannabis products. Located in Lansing, the team of cannabis scientists and artisans create edibles, flower, concentrates and tinctures. Franklin Fields' house of brands includes Sweet Justice, EverydayC, and Forty Acres. 

Carbidex is a family-owned holding entity with companies rooted in cannabis and facilities management industries, including Franklin Fields, The Botanical Co. retail provisioning centers, Kalkushka cannabis lounge, and Go Greener facilities maintenance.