Owner of secret pot bakery wants to stay under cover

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SEATTLE - A secret pot bakery operating on Capitol Hill is legal, but the owner wants to keep his business under cover, KIRO 7 Eyewitness News reported.


The medical marijuana kitchen is called Manja Ganja. It produces pot-laced brownies, cookies and peanut butter cups.


Dante Jones, who runs the bakery, said that he is keeping the location of the business secret because of security concerns.


Jones is hoping to cash in on the "green boom" once marijuana sales are regulated by the state.


"Once they have licensed retail stores it's definitely going to be a place where anybody over the age of 21 can come and get a marijuana brownie," Jones said.


Jones said that he does not sell to the public. He only distributes to medical marijuana dispensaries.


Washington state is expected to regulate public marijuana sales by next December.