Curaleaf begins adult-use hashish gross sales in Stamford

Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTCQX: CURLF) started adult-use Connecticut hashish gross sales on Saturday from its dispensary at 814 East Essential St. in Stamford.

Curaleaf begins adult-use hashish gross sales in Stamford

Curaleaf presently serves medical sufferers in Connecticut at three different dispensaries throughout the state positioned in Hartford, Milford and Groton. The corporate anticipates welcoming adult-use clients on the different three places within the close to future, pending regulatory approvals.

“Curaleaf is proud to be part of Connecticut’s quickly increasing adult-use market,” mentioned Matt Darin, CEO of Curaleaf. “As we welcome new adult-use clients, I wish to guarantee our medical sufferers that they are going to proceed to be prioritized and obtain the top quality of care they’re accustomed to.”

At Curaleaf Stamford, current medical sufferers can have precedence entry into the dispensary by way of a separate entrance, expertise faster check-ins with a devoted employees, and can have a separate line for check-out. As well as, medical sufferers will proceed to have entry to Curaleaf’s Compassionate Care Plan, excellent pharmacy workforce and affected person seek the advice of rooms.

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