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Camden now has a dispensary for medical and recreational marijuana inside a neighborhood pharmacy, offering customers one-stop shopping and home delivery.
It is believed to be the first dispensary in New Jersey’s growing cannabis industry to be inside a pharmacy, said Anthony V. Minniti, owner and operator of Bell Rexall Pharmacy.
The Camden Apothecary opened with a soft launch Monday for elected officials and business leaders, making it one of more than 50 adult-use cannabis retailers in New Jersey, according to state data.
The price of legal weed at New Jersey dispensaries is still high, but you now buy an eighth-ounce of cannabis for as little as $20 in some parts of the state.
The Asbury Park Press analyzed the medical marijuana and adult use cannabis menus at all 76 dispensaries in New Jersey on Nov. 14 to pinpoint the cheapest eighth-ounce of weed in the state, which averages at $46.17 for recreational customers and $42.34 for medical marijuana patients. Prices in the cannabis market can fluctuate from store-to-store and from day-to-day.
With the help of North Plainfield Mayor Larry LaRonde, members of the Borough Council, family, and friends, North Plainfield’s Cloud Nine cannabis dispensary celebrated its grand opening on Saturday with a ribbon cutting, music, and a taco truck.
With a festive interior and smiling budtenders, Cloud Nine is designed to be a welcoming environment. The budtenders are knowledgeable and are happy to talk at length about the various options.
The first service-disabled veteran and Latino-owned dispensary in New Jersey is open for business.
After launching The Cannabis Place as New York’s first licensed home delivery cannabis service earlier this year, retired U.S. Marine Osbert Orduna’s venture made its New Jersey debut, unveiling a flagship storefront Nov. 9 in Jersey City.
A recreational cannabis dispensary co-owned by Jason Ackerman, the founder and former CEO of online grocery delivery service FreshDirect, is poised to launch in New Jersey.
Scheduled to open Dec. 9 in Ackerman’s hometown of Roselle Borough, Joyleaf aims to offer customers an interactive shopping experience, as well as reassure the community that its first dispensary is packed with hands-on experience in running a safe and compliant cannabis venture.
Cannabis is more than just a way to unwind for Francesca DeRogatis – it’s a passion project and career.
After being prescribed medication for anxiety, she took an interest in cannabis legalization, with her college thesis focusing on public policy implications of legalizing medical marijuana. More than a decade later, the policy landscape looks much different than it did during Francesca’s senior year.
The Nova Farms drive-thru is set to revolutionize the way cannabis enthusiasts access their favorite products. Initially, the service will be available from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the first week of operation, and thereafter, it will be accessible during regular dispensary hours, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
In keeping with Nova Farms’ commitment to safety and efficiency, please note that the drive-thru is exclusively for preorders and only serves as a pick-up window.
The Red Bank Planning Board will hold their regular meeting tonight, Monday, November 6, 7:00pm, at Borough Hall, 90 Monmouth Street.
Highlights of the Agenda
The Red Bank Garden will go before the Board to change the use of the property to a conditionally permitted cannabis retailer.
The site is located at the west-side foot of Red Bank-Middletown Bridge, essentially the gateway to Red Bank traveling south from Middletown, with an address of 199 Riverside Ave (Route 35).
An East Brunswick limited liability company wants to turn a former Metuchen bank into Central New Jersey’s first drive-thru dispensary for recreational marijuana.
Dasco Solutions LLC, has applied to the Metuchen Planning Board to re-purpose the former Skylands Community Bank, at 700 Middlesex Ave., turning it into the area’s first drive-thru pot dispensary.
Buying marijuana products without getting out of your car is still rarity in New Jersey.
Hackettstown’s first recreational marijuana dispensary will open this Saturday.
Hackettstown Dispensary, located at 321 Mountain Avenue, will open on Saturday, Oct. 28, according to Owner Darpan Shah.
The dispensary will only be selling recreational marijuana and not medicinal marijuana, Shah said.