Child welfare workers tackle troubling uptick in kids eating edibles
A mix of medical and adult use marijuana edibles are displayed on shelves inside New England Treatment Access. - Mark Mirko/TNS

NEW YORK — More and more children are accidentally eating cannabis-laced candies and brownies — a troubling trend that’s left city child welfare workers schooling pot-loving parents about how best to keep their ganja goodies away from their kids, the Daily News has learned. The city Administration for Children’s Services is kicking off a public service campaign reminding parents to secure their cannabis gummy bears, lollipops and brownies in child-proof containers and keep them out of their children’s reach. Last year, 127 panicked parents called the city’s Poison Control Center reporting that...