Just when we thought we had seen it all comes the news that it’s now possible to order a cannabis pizza in South Africa. Yes, really. We are not kidding.
Popular Italian Inspired restaurant franchise group, Col’Cacchio together with africanpure, one of Africa’s leading CBD brands, have just announced the launch of the first ever cannabis pizza range in South Africa.
Following the landmark announcement in recent weeks by the Department of Health, Cannabidiol (CBD) can now be legally purchased in SA. Col’Cacchio and africanpure have wasted no time working non-stop behind the scenes to get ahead of the cannabis story in SA.
The Col’Cacchio menu will feature two gourmet cannabis-inspired pizzas, namely the Green Goddess and the Not-So-Plain Mary Jane, which will be retailed at R125 and R140 respectively. The two iconic pizzas’ will be drizzled with africanpure CBD oil which contains no THC or synthetic chemicals, making it absolutely safe to enjoy. Customers will also be able to add CBD oil to any other dish on the Col’Cacchio menu at an additional cost of R25.
“At Col’Cacchio, we have always aimed to be innovative with our menu offering and provide our loyal fan base with the latest health positive trends. We love to stay ahead of the curve and are extremely proud to be the first restaurant in SA to launch a cannabis pizza and look forward to seeing old and new faces in our restaurants coming in to try this exciting new range,“ explains Kinga Baranowska, Col’Cacchio co-founder.
“We are really thrilled to be at the forefront of the cannabis story in South Africa and to be working with one of the country’s most innovative restaurant franchise groups. Col’Cacchio is a model example of what we as africanpure are striving to achieve, using only the very best ingredients and providing wholesome accessible products to all our customers. We are certain that the new cannabis offering at Col’Cacchio will be a massive hit,” says Mike Saunders, africanpure co-founder.
The new cannabis pizza range will be available at all Col’Cacchio restaurants, excluding the Windhoek and Halaal restaurants.