The dude has a resume that includes Navy SEAL, Pro Wrestler, Mayor, Governor, activist, and now he can add marijuana entrepreneur to that list.

Jesse "The Body" Ventura has teamed up with Minnesota-based Retro Bakery for his own line of hemp-derived THC edibles. The new Jesse Ventura Farms brand will be available for preorder next week, and the former Governor will host a launch party to celebrate.

Why Did Jesse Ventura Team Up With Retro Bakery?

Ventura and his team say they interviewed hundreds of different cannabis companies over the past few years, and decided on the Minnesota owned Retro Bakery because of its location near Brooklyn Park, the city he was Mayor of and raised his family in, and because of its "focus on giving back to the community and having award-winning high-quality products."

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Jesse Ventura Farms
Jesse Ventura Farms

Join "The Body" to Celebrate His New Weed Brand

You can join "The Body" for his launch party on 4/20, of course, at the Hook and Ladder in Minneapolis, doors for the event open at, you guessed it, 4:20 PM. The event is free, but it's recommended that you preregister for the event here.

There are some meet & greet packages available for the launch event that includes a variety of different incentives like gift cards, Jesse Ventura Farms merch, signed posters, group meet & greets, and 1 on 1 meet & greet, prices for these packages range from $100 - $2500.

When and Where Can I Get Jesse Ventura's THC Edibles?

Preorders for the new line of edibles starts on April 1st on the Retro Bakery website, and they say they will be shipped in time for a 4/20 delivery.

Ventura was a loud advocate for the legalization of marijuana in Minnesota, and he was there when the bill was signed by Governor Tim Walz.

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