It seems like there’s marijuana-infused everything nowadays — brownies, cookies, gummies, jerky, spreads, and more. The latest item to add to the menu? Pizza.

Ermont Inc., a medical marijuana dispensary in Massachusetts, sells cannabis-infused frozen personal pizzas. According to their site, they’re infused with 125 mg of THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol - the primary ingredient in the plant that’s known for giving people a high. The company’s menu describes them as “Bar Style Cheese Pizza infused with our high strength distillate.”

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While sweet treats are the most well-known type of weed products, more people are now requesting savory options, the dispensary’s operations manager Seth Yaffe told TIME.

“We found that patients wanted a food item that they would eat during a normal day,” Yaffe said. “We wanted something that could be considered a full meal.”

But, before you drop everything you’re doing and make your way to Quincy, MA to grab a pie, you’ll need to obtain a state-issued medical marijuana ID card. Then once you get your hands on the $38, 6-inch frozen pizza, you'll quickly be able to enjoy it, as it only takes a few minutes to cook in the oven, Ermont Inc. touts on their Instagram.

“I think people at first are kind of blown away that it is one of the better frozen pizzas that they have had, and the fact that it’s medicated is pretty exciting for them,” Yaffe told the Boston Herald.

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The dispensary also sells other savory weed-infused items including pub cheese, olive oil, and peanut butter, among others. And of course sweet treats too, such as fruit chews, lozenges, muffins, chocolate, cookies, and pecan bars.

“Our journey into edibles included the idea of doing savory items as well as sweet, so that patients could medicate throughout the course of [the] day without a lot of sugar,” Yaffee said.

As for what’s next to be added to the menu: vegan mayonnaise, peach cobbler, and jalapeno cornbread.

If you purchase a product from Ermont, the company advises you place it in the trunk of the vehicle or any area out of reach from the driver, according to their website. The products should only be consumed at home, and not any public place, as it’s illegal. Everything comes in child proof, tamper-proof containers. Overeating their products, or using them incorrectly, may lead to overeating, sleeplessness, and withdrawal symptoms, among other issues, they warn.

“We strongly encourage you to use medical marijuana products carefully, and to speak with a member of our staff, or a healthcare professional, if you think you may be misusing it, have concerns, or are experiencing any side effects,” the Ermont, Inc. website states.

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