Jeeter Joints

Founded in South Florida, Jeeter is one of the largest cannabis companies in the world. The company sources high quality cannabis flower and hand rolls their products. Jeeter offers a variety of products, including edibles, topicals, and tinctures. They are sold at select retailers across the United States. The company reports that they sold $19 million worth of cannabis products in 2019. Jeeter products have a THC content of 20-30% and have an average smoke time of 15 minutes. They offer both infused and non-infused options.

Jeeter’s customers smoke 3.5 million pre-rolls per month in California. They also sell the company’s products online. The company is currently facing a class action lawsuit for allegedly misrepresenting the THC content of its joints. The company, however, hasn’t responded to the lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed by Dovel & Luner on behalf of Jasper Centeno and Blake Wilson. The two plaintiffs claim that Jeeter’s products are marketed as being high in THC content but actually contain “materially less” than what’s stated on the product’s label. They also allege that the company is engaged in a systemic practice that is causing THC inflation in the cannabis industry.

The company has also been accused of selling “inferior” pre-rolls. The two plaintiffs purchased Jeeter products last month from a dispensary in Fresno. However, the plaintiffs claim that the company’s product didn’t deliver the euphoric effects they were promised.

In addition to its high-quality pre-rolls, Jeeter also offers edibles and vape cartridges. Its customer support team is knowledgeable and always available to help customers.

The company’s products are sold through select retailers across the United States, including dispensaries. They also have a large distribution network. In 2019, Jeeter made $19 million in total revenue. The company expects to bring in $400 million in sales in 2022.

Jeeter is also ranked as the #1 pre-roll brand in the world. The company’s infused and non-infused pre-rolls are potent and have a high THC content. They are also available in a wide range of flavors. Jeeter’s products are sold in neon-hued bottles with graffiti lettering. Their product line is constantly expanding. They offer live resin vape cartridges and distillate vape cartridges.

Jeeter’s founders, Sebastian Solano and Lukasz Tracz, learned a lot of hard lessons during the first few years of their company’s establishment. They were slowed by red tape and nearly ran out of funding. However, they worked hard to establish the company and achieve their vision. Their hard work paid off.

The company’s products are a favorite among recreational cannabis users in California. Jeeter is expanding its reach throughout the United States. In addition to its existing locations, it is also now available in Michigan.

The company is also facing a class action lawsuit for allegedly selling pre-rolls with lower THC potencies than they advertise. The two plaintiffs say that the company is engaging in a “systematic” practice that’s causing THC inflation in the marijuana industry. They also claim that Jeeter’s products have a financial incentive to misrepresent THC. They are also seeking a jury trial.