Cannabis Candy Maker Sued Over 'Stoney Patch' Gummies

Law360 (July 19, 2019, 10:45 PM EDT) -- The maker of Sour Patch candies, Mondelez Canada Inc., lodged a lawsuit on Friday in California federal court alleging a company that sells cannabis-infused gummies under the name "Stoney Patch" is infringing its intellectual property.

Mondelez says the maker of the Stoney Patch gummies ripped off the unique look of its Sour Patch candy's "distinct bag that has a yellow center with green dabs at the edges that allow the yellow to peak through."

The maker of Sour Patch candies claims the packaging for the Stoney Patch candies is "virtually identical" to its own. The company argues the packaging for the...

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