Harvest has announced it will now offer new premium-quality products from Cookies, a leading lifestyle and cannabis brand in North America.
Starting August 30, the new Cookies products will be available in limited quantities at select Harvest House of Cannabis medical marijuana dispensaries in Arizona.
“Pairing Cookies’ products with our leading cultivation, manufacturing and retail teams will allow Harvest to further improve patient access to premium and high-quality medicinal products,” said Harvest Executive Chairman Jason Vedadi. “Berner and his team have done a fantastic job building Cookies as a leader in the California market and we can’t wait to bring this amazing product to Arizona patients.”
Cookies is one of the most respected and top-selling cannabis brands in California, with over 50 cannabis varieties and product lines including indoor, outdoor and sun-grown flower, pre-rolls, gel caps and vape carts.
The new expanded offerings will also include Lemonnade, another top-selling brand created by cannabis mogul and entertainer Berner in collaboration with leading Santa Cruz breeder, Brett Wilson.
“I lived in Arizona on and off in middle school and high school and it definitely became a second home for me,” says Berner, founder and CEO of Cookies. “When the opportunity came to work with Harvest, I couldn’t think of a better situation for Cookies and Lemonnade. All I could think about was sharing all these new flavors with my friends, and that’s exactly what we plan to do. We can’t wait to educate and bring some California love to Arizona and utilize the infrastructure that Harvest has built. Who knows? We might even have to open a Cookies store and bring the full experience.”
The new product offering officially launched on Friday, August 30, with limited availability of Cookies and Lemonnade at Harvest of Tempe (710 W Elliot Rd), Harvest of Tucson (2734 E Grant Rd) and Harvest of Lake Havasu (1691 Industrial Blvd). Additionally, to celebrate the launch, Harvest will hold a special event at the Harvest of Tempe location on September 15 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. with a very special appearance by Berner.
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