Etain Dispensary, a new cannabis store coming to Maplewood, was a topic of discussion at Wednesday’s Township Committee meeting.
Represented by attorney William Caruso, he advised that the company having a vertical license means they are approved to have Cultivation plus Manufacturing and Ta retail component. However, the Cannabis Regulatory Commission will not allow them to operate a retail outlet until they have meaningful production and manufacturing operating.
“Support” has been given by Pemberton Township Council, in a 3-2 vote on Oct. 25, for the “location” and “operation” of a cannabis dispensary at 348 Lakehurst Road in the Browns Mills section of the municipality, with a mixture of opinions expressed by residents prior to the decision, with those for it appearing to outnumber those against it, though there was some bitter opposition voiced, making for a lively debate.
iAnthus Capital Holdings, Inc. ("iAnthus" or the "Company") (CSE: IAN) (OTCPK: ITHUF), a leading national cannabis consumer packaged goods company and owner of MPX-NJ dispensaries, is pleased to announce the opening of medical sales at MPX-NJ in Pennsauken, NJ and the grand opening celebration at MPX-NJ's Gloucester Township, NJ for adult use sales. The opening of its Pennsauken, NJ dispensary gives iAnthus three (3) locations in New Jersey and 36 across the United States.
Two cannabis manufacturing licenses may be issued to Sweetspot Manufacturing LLC and Wiseco NJ LLC.
Warren, Rhode Island-based Sweetspot has a dispensary in Voorhees, Camden County.
Clifton, Passaic County-based Wiseco NJ is a grassroots, Black-women owned cannabis operator, according to its website.
The third cannabis license, which is for retail, may be issued to Bud Bazaar LLC.
Viola is coming to Pennsylvania.
The city of brotherly love will welcome former NBA stars Al Harrington, who is Viola’s CEO, and Allen Iverson on Saturday, Sept. 2 for the launch of their cannabis strain “Iverson ’01.”
The launch event is part of Viola’s introduction to the state market and will be held at Green Thumb Industry’s new Northeast Philadelphia RISE dispensary location.
Sanctuary Cannabis, a respected leader in the cannabis industry, is coming to Scotch Plains, the company announced Thursday.
Also known as Sanctuary Medicinals, the company has established a strong presence in multiple states, including Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Florida, and is now eagerly entering the New Jersey market to connect with the community by delivering high-quality products and superior customer service, company officials said.
Cannabis giant Curaleaf CURLF is suspected of using its political connections to reverse an April decision by the NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) to deny its request for a license renewal to cultivate and sell marijuana.
What happened: The CRC denied the state's largest cannabis supplier’s request to renew an adult-use license, citing several reasons including Curaleaf's closure of a growing facility, lack of transparency and conflicts with unionization.
Nova Farms is committed to providing cannabis customers with the best possible experience and the diverse range of award-winning brands under its umbrella reflects this commitment.
Nova Farms, the Northeast’s largest privately owned, vertically integrated cannabis operator, will open its flagship retail cannabis dispensary in Woodbury on May 19th. The new cannabis dispensary will be the state’s first non-conversion exclusively recreational adult-use dispensary.
In the aftermath of the decision by the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) to rescind its previous vote denying the renewal of adult-use licenses to the industry’s largest MSO – an about-face one could see coming a mile away – Curaleaf CEO Matt Darin and Chairman Boris Johnson issued a public proclamation declaring a decisive victory over a vanquished enemy, as if they had just stormed the beach at Normandy. Even in victory, however, their celebratory comments could barely contain the contempt they still have for the CRC.