Trulieve Cannabis Corp (OTCMTS:TCNNF) continues to expand its operations in Florida after it opened another dispensary in St. Petersburg-Tyrone, the 59th dispensary nationwide and 57th dispensary in Florida.
Trulieve launches 57th dispensary in Florida
The dispensary located in 22nd Avenue will be the second dispensary in St. Petersburg, which will directly support Pinellas County customers. This latest dispensary opening supports the company’s expansion goal to ensure direct and reliable access to medical cannabis in Florida.
Kim Rivers, the CEO of the company, said that they believe in creating an authentic culture with consumer-driven retail experiences, which has helped Trulieve learn a lot in St. Petersburg. He added because of the strong support from the Trulieve community, the company has witnessed tremendous growth in the last three years since the opening of the first dispensary in St Petersburg and thus, expansion of access to cannabis medication that customers have come to rely on is a way of reciprocating the support.
Cannabis edibles for customers with the addition of new TruPowder flavors
Trulieve has also announced that it will soon start offering cannabis edibles to patients in the Florida market. This comes after the completion of regulations from the Department of Health of Florida for cannabis edibles sale. The company plans to introduce the edibles to its dispensaries across Florida, thus expanding its offering to patients. Ahead of the roll out the company has built a 10,000 sq. ft. kitchen at the Quincy facility where its team will produce the products and develop and test new offerings.
The company has also announced an expansion of its TruPowder product line with two new flavors. Trulieve has added Lemon and Vanilla Cream to the product line with the new flavors available to Florida immediately. Valda Coryat, Trulieve’s CMO, stated that they were delighted to launch the two new flavors to the TruPowder product line. Coryat added that the company will continue offering customers top quality ingestible products.