The world’s largest cannabis company has opened two new medical dispensaries.
Following Curaleaf’s announcement of opening two new dispensaries in Florida, the Wakefield, Massachusetts-based company has announced two new Pennsylvania dispensaries.
With two new shops in Greensburg and Wayne, Curaleaf’s dispensary count increases to 14 in Pennsylvania and 125 nationwide.
Curaleaf says it expects to open two additional locations, Curaleaf Erie and Curaleaf State College, by the end of February, pending regulatory approval.
The Greensburg dispensary, at 5133 US-30, is holding a grand opening celebration today, and the Wayne dispensary, which has already had a soft opening, will have a grand opening on Thursday, January 27.
According to Curaleaf, its newest retail locations are focused on being a leading resource in research-based patient education and advocacy.
Curaleaf says dispensary patients will have access to its top-selling vaporizer and flower products, including Select Elite, Select Elite Live, Grassroots Full-Spectrum RSO, RSO capsules, prepackaged cannabis flower, distillate cartridges, and strain-specific vape cartridges.
The dispensaries will also offer cured and live concentrates.
“Curaleaf is proud to broaden its scope of patient care and provide premium medical marijuana products to our Greencburg and Wayne medical communities,” says Curaleaf CEO Joe Bayern. “Our latest retail expansion allows us to further support patients in the state of Pennsylvania and work with esteemed scientists on essential medical marijuana studies that will empower both physicians and patients to make confident and informed decisions.”
Following its recognition as a Clinical Registrant by the Commonwealth’s Department of Health in 2020, Curaleaf says its Pennsylvania subsidiaries have supported research initiatives that examine cannabis’ potential benefits by providing medical cannabis and guidance to patients.
Curaleaf says its first-in-the-nation program builds upon its ongoing efforts to provide clinically-supported resources to more than 681,000 registered medical cannabis patients in Pennsylvania.
In addition to the new dispensaries, Curaleaf also has shops in Altoona, Bradford, Brookville, City Avenue, DuBois, Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Horsham, King of Prussia, Lebanon, Morton, and Philadelphia.
Curaleaf says it will offer grand opening discounts to veterans, seniors, and first-time patients at all Pennsylvania locations in the coming weeks.