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International Cannabis Lifestyle Brand Cookies Opens Its First Dispensary in West Virginia

Cookies Partners with Country Grown Cannabis and Harvest Care Medical to Deliver Cannabis Excellence to Patients Across the Mountain State

This week, Cookies brings its first cannabis dispensary to beautiful West Virginia, advancing the international cannabis lifestyle brand's long-held desire to serve patients with singular cannabis quality and warm hospitality in every U.S. state and country where cannabis is legal.

“We have been working hard to ensure the highest quality product is ready for the market, and we are excited to offer Cookies products to the growing number of West Virginia patients in need of medical cannabis,” said Berner, CEO and Co-Founder of Cookies. “We can’t wait for West Virginia patients to enjoy our world-class staple menu, and experience a cannabis dispensary like no other—an experience that Cookies is proud to bring to West Virginia.”

Cookies is partnering with retailer Country Grown Cannabis, which is highly regarded in the Mountain State for its commitment to medical care, to open the Cookies dispensary at 2689 5th Ave in Huntington on Saturday, Sept. 23. Cookies is also collaborating with West Virginia professional growers Harvest Care Medical to cultivate Cookies’ acclaimed cannabis cultivars. In addition to Cookies’ celebrated cannabis strains and products, the dispensary will offer Cookies SF local reserve apparel specific to West Virginia.

West Virginia has experienced challenges with high rates of addiction and mortality related to the misuse of prescription pain relievers. Cookies is committed to supporting the community by leveraging the power of cannabis-based treatments for qualifying patients, with the hope of contributing positively to the broader health landscape in the state.

“West Virginians facing a range of medical conditions have been able to apply for medical cannabis licenses since 2017. Since then, as patients learn more about the advantages of medical cannabis, more and more residents of the Mountain State are gaining licenses and shopping for medicine at the state’s cannabis dispensaries,” said Brad Doyle, CEO of Harvest Care Medical. “Given Cookies’ international renown for providing extraordinary cannabis products and exceptional service, we are thrilled to offer West Virginia medical cannabis patients the same five-star Cookies experience that cannabis consumers across the country and around the world savor today.”

Learn more at Cookies.co.

About Cookies

Cookies is the most globally recognized cannabis company; founded in 2010 by Billboard-charting rapper and entrepreneur Berner and Bay Area breeder and cultivator Jai. The company creates game-changing genetics and offers a collection of over 70 proprietary cannabis cultivars and more than 2,000 products. Headquartered in San Francisco, the company is actively involved in advocacy and social impact initiatives to enrich communities disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs. Cookies opened its first retail store in 2018 in Los Angeles, has since expanded to over 60 retail locations in over 20 markets across 6 countries, and was recently named one of America's Hottest Brands of 2021 by AdAge; the first cannabis brand to ever receive this accolade. To learn more about Cookies, visit cookies.co, and to learn more about Cookies CBD, visit shop.cookies.co

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