Letters to the Editor

Photo of EdiPure’s product was appropriate

Dan Anglin, a principal in EdiPure, expressed unhappiness with The Beachcomber at a public meeting last week for the paper’s decision to run a photograph of one of EdiPure’s products on the front page. The photo was of THC-laced colorful, gummy-style candy.

It’s a curious position for Anglin to take. A visit to EdiPure’s website reveals countless photos similar to the one The Beachcomber ran. One of those images is nothing but a big, bold “EDIPURE” written in letters made out of colorful gummy-style candies. What kind of a company is angry when its product is displayed in a newspaper? And what kind of a product is it that its manufacturers don’t want the public to see?

— Jim Evans

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