TerrAscend set to open two Apothecarium dispensaries in Pennsylvania

TerrAscend set to open two Apothecarium dispensaries in Pennsylvania

The cannabis company continues to expand its operations across the country

Pennsylvania is rather new in terms of entering the medical cannabis market, which makes it an ideal place to set up new dispensaries. TerrAscend Corp, with business in multiple states, is making an entry into Pennsylvania’s cannabis market with two new dispensaries in Lancaster and Plymouth Meeting. Both will fall under The Apothecarium brand, an award-winning brand property of TerrAscend. These locations will be exclusively for medical marijuana patients, offering access to medical cannabis products displayed in a way in which can be easily navigated by seniors, first-time visitors and qualifying patients with medical conditions.

TerrAscend continues with its strategy to expand across the East Coast with these two new shops that will open this month. In the store, customers can find a variety of medical marijuana products manufactured by the company, which are sold under its Ilera brand. It includes flower, activated and vaporizable oils, concentrates, capsules, tinctures and topicals, as well as ancillary products for cannabis users.

The Lancaster location will be a 4,300-square-foot facility with an inviting and unique design to allow customers intuition and to promote the patient’s accessibility. The Plymouth Meeting dispensary was recently renovated. It is a 3,000-square-foot location, and the same team will continue working there after its rebranding initiative. Since the store is located in a former bank, the building allows for this store to have Pennsylvania’s first drive-through pick up. Now, medical marijuana patients can access their medicine and keep the recommended social distance due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Along with these new two facilities, TerrAscend is increasing its production and manufacturing capabilities in the state – the company is the supplier of at least 65 out of the 76 dispensaries located in the Keystone State. It has tripled its production capacity and it is actively recruiting employees in both the production facility and the new Apothecarium retail outlets.