One of the leading cannabis ventures is expanding its footprint in California by opening its fourth dispensary, this time in Berkeley, CA. TerrAscend is expanding its renowned Apothecarium brand of dispensaries, and it now has a total of seven facilities fully operational in the US legal cannabis market. The new shop is a 4,200 square foot full-service recreational and medical cannabis dispensary with a stylish, upscale design.
To welcome customers, TerrAscend has a staff of highly-trained cannabis consultants to offer information on the wide variety of products that are featured in the store, such as edibles, flowers, vaping products, concentrates, capsules, tinctures, topicals and ancillary products. In addition to that, the physical location will also offer to pick up and delivery services through its apothecarium.com online store.
“We are excited to begin serving our East Bay customers from a beautiful new location on Telegraph Avenue,” said Ryan Hudson, the co-founder and CEO of The Apothecarium. “At The Apothecarium, our focus is on education. We aim to provide one-on-one consultations that help our patients and customers find the right products for their needs. Whether they are looking for help in-person, by phone or via web chat, our cannabis consultants are here to help.”
The design of TerrAscend’s stores took into consideration both regular and new consumers, as they are easy to navigate for seniors and first-time visitors, as well as patients with serious ailments. When customers walk into the store, they will see a place full of natural light and new-Victorian furniture but with a modern touch added. “For nearly a decade The Apothecarium has set the standard for dispensary design and customer service,” said Jason Ackerman, CEO of TerrAscend. “The Apothecarium Berkeley is raising the bar again with a refined look and upgraded technology that brings the dispensary’s famous consultations and cannabis education classes online. We’re delighted to expand our footprint; Berkeley is our fourth California dispensary and our first in the East Bay.”