Company’s 25th Florida Location Introduces “Curaleaf Shatter”
SANFORD, Fla. , July 24, 2019 /CNW/ — Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. (CURA.CN) (CURLF) (“Curaleaf” or the “Company”), a leading vertically integrated cannabis operator in the United States , announced today the opening of its 25th Florida dispensary at 610 Lake Minnie Drive, as the company continues to expand rapidly throughout the state. Curaleaf has the largest cannabis dispensary footprint in the US, with 48 dispensaries across the country.
“In opening our 3rd Orlando area medical marijuana dispensary, we are proud to be able to provide patients in the communities of Sanford , Lake Mary , Lake Monroe, Longwood , Winter Springs , and Midway, Florida with access to Curaleaf’s premium quality products and educational resources,” shared Joe Lusardi , Curaleaf CEO.
Curaleaf is commemorating the grand opening of Sanford’s first medical marijuana dispensary by providing a sneak-preview to its newest product – Curaleaf Shatter, at the dispensary. Processed using the industry’s cleanest, most medically precise extraction and purification methods combined with decades of horticultural experience, Curaleaf Shatter offers patients with qualify i ng medical conditions a new product option that physic i ans may consider for their patients. Curaleaf medical cannabis products are also available in the forms of capsules, oils, distillates, concentrates, vaporizer pens, pre-rolls, smokable flower, and topical creams.
Curaleaf offers patients best-in-class customer service in its 3,000 square foot dispensary that includes spacious retail and reception areas as well as two private consultation rooms. Committed to providing educational resources and improving the quality of its central Florida patients’ lives, the company will launch a series of weekly seminars on cannabinoid therapies for local patients, physicians and community members in its community meeting room and the team is available to provide free, private consultations for new patients needing assistance registering with Florida’s Department of Health to obtain