After 50 years of service in the Lansing area, Roma Bakery on Cedar Street closed it's doors in September 2019.

New bakery owners have taken over but they're serving up a different type of baked good. Travis Wilson is the owner of Noble Road Company and tells FOX 47 that their baked goods may be different from the Roma Bakery but they're trying to keep the good times rolling.

They were in business for 50 years and we’re just trying to keep up with all of the good things they’ve done here.

Noble Road Company creates several different cannabis infused products in downtown Lansing. They sell their products to medical and recreational pot shops across Michigan.

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What products does Noble Road Company offer and how are they made?

Some of the baked goods available are double fudge brownie bites, peanut butter cookies, chocolate chip cookies, and more. They also have candy, tinctures and rosin available for purchase. For a full list of products, click here.

Wilson broke down the process of creating their baked goods for FOX 47.

We take fresh frozen cannabis and extract it into bubble hash, then we take the bubble hash and press it on what’s called a rosin press and you get this purified extract

You can read more on the process on FOX 47's website.

When did marijuana become legal in the state of Michigan?

As some of you may know, in 2008, the state of Michigan made medical marijuana legal. In 2018, marijuana was made legal for recreational use. Last week it was announced that Governor Whitmer was pushing to have it legalized on a Federal level as well.

Earlier this month on April 11, 2021, the Michigan's Clean Slate Legislation also went into effect. This allows the expungement for individuals with certain felonies and misdemeanors one of those being cannabis-related charges.

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