Cannabis Dispensary Roundup: Terrabis, Cookies, Rose Mary Jane, STIIIZY – Benzinga – Benzinga
Terrabis Launches Drive-Thru Dispensary in Springfield
Cannabis company Terrabis continues to expand in Missouri, as it recently opened a new drive-thru at its Springfield-based dispensary.
The company kicked off cannabis sales earlier this month.
“We’ve always put a premium on patient care, which is why we’ve prioritized a drive-thru design for our Springfield dispensary. It allows for pre-orders to be available for pick up, and we see it not just as a model for convenience but as an additional opportunity to respect people’s boundaries, especially during COVID,” CEO Dan Ambrosino commented.
Terrabis plans to open another retail location in Kansas City next month.
Berner’s Cookies Opens Its First US-Based Consumption Lounge On West Coast
Cannabis brand Cookies has recently opened its first-ever U.S. consumption lounge in Coalinga, a city in Fresno County.
The new Cookies dispensary at 144 E. Durian Ave, which features a full line of Cookies’ exclusive strain genetics and premium products, the alcohol-free lounge has a custom-made bar, luxury seating for 30 people and a top-of-the-line air filtration system.
The Cookies Coalinga dispensary opened in partnership with the social justice brand EVIDENCE, which is owned and operated by siblings Dan, Casey and Kelly Dalton.
“We grow cannabis in a former prison in