Jack in the Box to offer new menu to target marijuana smokers with munchies in California

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LONG BEACH, Calif. — Jack in the Box is going to take advantage of California’s new recreational marijuana laws by offering a new menu that targets pot smokers.

The fast food chain will debut the weed-themed Merry Munchie Meal at three restaurants in Long Beach, California, in mid-January, USA Today reports.

The munchie meal will be offered from Jan. 18 to 25 and is part of a partnership with cannabis lifestyle website Merry Jane — which is backed by Snoop Dogg.

The meal has a half-serving of curly fries, two tacos and onion rings as well as mini-churros, a small drink and crispy chicken strips.

And, yes, the deal will cost $4.20.

In November 2016, Californians approved Proposition 64, which legalized sales of recreational marijuana for adults starting on Jan. 1.

California’s approval came four years after Colorado voters approved recreational marijuana.

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