Freelance Graphic Designer Starts Selling Edibles to Stay Afloat During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Article by Sam Riches, Growth Op

NEWS Freelance graphic designer starts selling edibles to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic “There is nothing wrong with what I do. It’s a safe drug. It’s a public service. Did you drink in lockdown? Did the shop-owner have his morals questioned?” By Sam RichesSeptember 14, 2020 Comments "I jokingly called my little business, the 'National Hashish Service.' I was going to design a logo and print it, but I was paranoid it would be traced back to me," / Photo: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Thanks to Mandy, a 35-year-old single mom in London, U.K., when someone says they are calling the NHS, they might not mean the National Health Service.

Out of work during the pandemic, the freelance graphic designer started a budding edibles delivery business: the National Hashish Service.

After acquiring a bulk order of high-quality hash, the mother of two started selling it “on the cheap.” She tells her story in a Q&A with Vice.

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