Boston's subway inspires CBD gummies

Boston Hempire is selling four-packs of gummies in five flavors in packaging inspired by Boston's subway lines and commuter rail.
David Salazar
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National CBD brand Boston Hempire is rolling out a line of five CBD gummies named after Boston’s subway train lines. 

Sold in four-packs, Boston Hempire is offering Green Line apple gummies, Red Line cherry gummies, Blue Line berry gummies, Orange Line orange gummies and grape-flavored Night Train, which contains melatonin and CBD and takes its visual cue from MBTA Commuter Rail’s color. 

I grew up just south of the city and have lived in Boston for the last 10 years,” said chief marketing officer Greg Stearns. "Like thousands of other locals, I took the commuter rail and "T" to work every day. When we created this new line of gummies, it was a great way to pay homage to our hometown.”

Boston Hempire, whose headquarters are located in Hanover, Mass., is owned by four Massachusetts natives. 

"I grew up on the south shore and we would take the red line from Braintree into Boston all the time," said CEO Brandon Gadles. "We're proud of our hometown. It's a great opportunity to share the history of Boston with the nation, and soon overseas as we expand our distribution network into Europe.”

The Transit Line gummies are available on Boston Hempire’s website, as well as through wholesale distribution directly from the company and their various distribution partners.