Retail cannabis sales open up for the first time in Napa County

Retail cannabis sales open up for the first time in Napa County
CANNANNEW REPORT

Four of the city of Napa’s six existing medical dispensaries — Abide, The Herbivore, Harvest and Perfect Union — were cleared by the city to sell cannabis products to anyone age 21 or older this week. All except Harvest have begun selling. Two other existing dispensaries, Eagle Eye and Napa Cannabis Collective, are still waiting on city approval. And an incoming Cookies dispensary — a major California-based retail chain, with locations across several states — is also waiting to receive an adult-use clearance before opening its doors at 2481 Second St. as the city’s seventh dispensary. A city ordinance amendment allowing retail sales of cannabis came into effect early in March, but, because of a multi-layered approval process for an adult-use clearance, it took several weeks before any of Napa’s cannabis businesses were allowed to sell such products. https://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/retail-cannabis-sales-open-up-for-the-first-time-in-napa-county/article_ab649cce-1d44-5de9-bf73-80d3c84ae60f.html

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