A little bit of research revealed that Select is already an established and well-reviewed brand in other legal cannabis states like California and Nevada. They use a “proprietary extraction method” and rigorous in-house testing of all their oils to ensure potency, consistency, purity, and high quality.
Muy pronto todos los dispensarios de la florida añadirán a sus inventarios la marihuana medicinal comestible, después de que este miércoles en la noche el departamento de salud de la florida le diera luz verde a las compañías para que produzcan estos comestibles y los vendan en nuestro estado.
TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) — Animal crackers and gummy bears are off the table, but Florida medical marijuana operators finally will be allowed to manufacture and sell THC-infused cookies, cakes and candies, after state health officials released a rule outlining edible marijuana products.
… At Curaleaf’s dispensary and Harmony up in North Jersey, customers are able to use a cashless ATM, as well as a regular ATM, to purchase their products. Customers simply input their card into the card reader and can process the transaction without cash, paying a surcharge of $2.25 for the transaction along with whatever service charge the customer’s bank charges for using an out-of-network ATM, said Bridgette Fonseca, Curaleaf’s director of dispensary operations.
Leaders from the cannabis industry gathered at the virtual Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference on Tuesday to share ideas on how social equity initiatives can bring restorative justice to communities affected by cannabis prohibition.
Revisiting Social Equity: Khadijah Tribble, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Curaleaf (CSE: CURA), went over the concept of "social equity" — a term often tossed around, but rarely understood.
Curaleaf is rolling a new look to its dispensaries. Green Market Report visited the dispensary in Ware Massachusetts recently to see it in person. The old clinical looking medical dispensary has been replaced with a sleek, modern store for recreational consumers. This interview is an extended version with Curaleaf Massachusetts President Patrik Jonsson who spoke with GMR’s Debra Borchardt. The new design is discussed, along with bot the Select and Grassroots acquisitions
A respected expert on equity and inclusion in the cannabis industry, Khadijah Tribble has advised cannabis investors, government regulators, entrepreneurs, and businesses on policy, business development, and community impact. In her new role at Curaleaf, Tribble will oversee the company’s efforts to build an eco-system of impact, policy and business that aligns with the greater good of the cannabis industry and the communities in which Curaleaf operates and serves. She will also lead the company's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
The cannabis company that partnered with Ice Bucket Challenge founder Pete Frates to raise awareness about the benefits of medical marijuana as he battled ALS is paying it forward by sponsoring an ice bucket challenge of its own this month.
More than 200 employees at Curaleaf Holdings’ seven dispensaries in Massachusetts will take the icy plunge this month– August is Ice Bucket Challenge Month in Massachusetts — to help raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the degenerative neurological condition the former Boston College baseball captain was diagnosed with in 2012.
Curaleaf, a national cannabis company, serves medical patients as well as adult-use customers looking for the wellness attributes of cannabis products.
Kristen Everhart joined us to talk about some alternatives to change up your wellness routine.
WAKEFIELD, Mass., Aug. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA /OTCQX: CURLF), the leading vertically integrated multi-state cannabis operator in the United States, today announced that Boris Jordan, Curaleaf Executive Chairman of the Board, will participate in a Curaleaf Fireside Chat at the Virtual Canaccord Genuity 40th Annual Growth Conference on Thursday, August 13th at 10:00 a.m. ET. Additionally, Curaleaf management will be hosting virtual one-on-one meetings with investors in connection with the conference.
Multistate cannabis operator Curaleaf recently closed its acquisition of Grassroots Companies, expanding its operations to more than 3,000 employees in 23 states across 22 cultivation sites, 30 processing facilities and 88 dispensary locations.
As the company continues to expand into one of the largest cannabis operators in the United States (if not the largest), Chris Melillo, the company’s SVP of retail, says the Curaleaf team is on a mission to modernize the cannabis retail experience.
… So what’s next for Mr. Belushi?
The artist disclosed that Select, a brand owned by publicly traded Curaleaf, is making a vape pen out of Captain Jack's cannabis, aka The Smell of SNL. The product will be available in Oregon this September.
In addition, Grassroots is releasing The Blues Brothers brand across its new Skokie, Illinois dispensary starting September.
America's #1 Cannabis Oil Brand is Now Available in 12 States
WAKEFIELD, Mass., Aug. 6, 2020 /CNW/ -- Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) ("Curaleaf" or the "Company"), a leading vertically integrated cannabis operator in the United States, announced today that it would launch its line of Select brand products into Florida, starting with its Select Elite Live cartridges.
Chris is the Senior Vice President of Retail at Curaleaf, a leading U.S. cannabis operator that has recently been named the world’s biggest cannabis company by revenue.
Chris formerly served as the Senior Director of Stores North America for Nike, and Vice President of Stores for DTLR/Villa, a leading footwear and apparel retailer.
WAKEFIELD, Mass. – Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF) (“Curaleaf” or the “Company”), a leading vertically integrated cannabis operator in the United States, today announced the launch of Curaleaf Sublingual Tablets in Florida. These cube-shaped, berry-flavored bites will provide the state’s medical patients with a discreet, sugar-free yet fruity alternative form of medication.
The cannabis industry has its own set of idiosyncratic challenges due to its federal legal standing but, during the first wave of pandemic lockdowns, chain dispensary Curaleaf found itself, like all other retailers, also facing the challenge of pursuing digital transformation to do socially-distanced business.
“This is such a new, high-growth market that you have an opportunity to prove yourself to all segmentations of consumers. Whether it’s selection, quality testing, the method (of consumption), there’s so many different reasons that customers can connect with,” said Chris Melillo, vice president of retail operations for Curaleaf, a multistate operator based in Massachusetts.