With one of the largest footprints in the legal U.S. marijuana industry, the Arizona-based marijuana company, Harvest Enterprises, Inc., announced that it is expanding operations into the world’s largest cannabis market: California. Through strategic acquisition and successful license applications, the company will soon have operations in three key California markets: Napa, Merced and Moreno Valley. Harvest is one of the most experienced cannabis operators and largest license holders in the U.S. with more than 40 licenses in eight states.
“We are very excited to announce that Harvest will be expanding into California with three new locations – from NorCal to SoCal to the Central Valley,” said Harvest CEO Steve White. “Harvest’s expansion into the most populous state in America and the largest regulated cannabis market in the world is an important next step in the company’s strategic growth strategy.”
Founded in Arizona and in operation since receiving its first license there in 2012, Harvest has the largest market share in the state. Building on its success in Arizona, Harvest has consistently grown its revenues and industry footprint every year since founding and now operates in seven states beyond California, with planned expansion into a number of others by 2020.
Since Harvest was founded in 2011, the company has donated more than $500,000 to veterans, seniors, children, patients-in-need and other charitable recipients.