Customers can order products through an app that will designate a pickup time to arrive at the Brockton dispensary.
BROCKTON – Acting swiftly on the heels of Gov. Charlie Baker’s phased re-opening order, In Good Health will offer curbside pickup for recreational marijuana customers starting next week.
As of Monday at 8 a.m., customers can order products online using the app Leafly, which will designate a pickup time to arrive at the Pearl Street dispensary.
Customers placing orders for recreational marijuana, also known as adult-use, will be directed to park and walk to an area where they can access sales windows. Employees and customers are required to wear masks.
“We are grateful for the guidance provided by the Cannabis Control Commission and the cooperation of the City of Brockton, which will enable us to meet the needs of area residents in a safe, responsible and socially distant manner,” said David Noble, the company’s president.
Recreational orders placed before 1 p.m. will be available for same-day pickup, a company spokesperson said.
In Good Health has set up a separate curbside pick-up area for medical marijuana patients, who also have the option to purchase products inside the dispensary or through home delivery.
Evaluations to qualify for medical marijuana can be conducted by a separate business, MedWell, located in the same building as In Good Health.
The company opened the recreational arm of its dispensary in November, the first of its kind in Brockton. The company had sold medical marijuana for five years.
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