TerrAscend continues to expand its domestic footprint in the US, bringing its Apothecary cannabis dispensary brand to several states. It already had a presence in New Jersey with one dispensary, but announced today the addition of another, the largest Apothecarium dispensary on the entire East Coast. As medical cannabis continues to find a welcome reception from consumers around the country, there continues to be a growing need for more accessible shops in communities where legal cannabis has been approved.
The new Apothecary dispensary is located in the city of Maplewood, around 60 miles from the state capital of Trenton. It measures 6,500 square feet and features interactive product displays, as well as a “bud bar” that allows customers to see and smell products before they make a purchase. Visitors have access to TerrAscend’s wide range of products, including its Kind Tree flower, vapes and more, as well as other brands.
“To say that we’re excited about the opening of The Apothecarium Maplewood, would be an understatement,” said Jason Wild, Executive Chairman of TerrAscend. “The size, aesthetic and throughput capacity of our new dispensary combined with the availability of high-quality Kind Tree flower, vapes and syringes from our recently completed indoor facility, sets The Apothecarium Maplewood up to be one of the top performing dispensaries in the U.S.”
In addition to operating dispensaries in the state, TerrAscend has a large cultivation and manufacturing facility in New Jersey. This makes it one of the state’s more prominent cannabis companies and Greg Rochlin, CEO of TerrAscend Northeast, adds, “Providing our high-quality products and service to patients and caregivers is core to TerrAscend’s mission. I believe this dispensary sets the bar for quality in the state and I’d like to thank our team for their hard work in creating this beautiful space. I would also like to thank the newly seated New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission for allowing The Apothecarium Maplewood to be the first Commission approved dispensary in the state.”