Massachusetts Dispensary Announces Statewide Marijuana Delivery Service

In Good Health said that it plans to launch a next-day home delivery service on April 3. Orders will be accepted online starting on Saturday.

“It has become apparent that a segment of the population has been under-served, such as patients who are too ill to visit a dispensary or who live several towns away from the nearest dispensary,” said David Noble, president of the dispensary.

Noble’s business said the delivery scheme is a first for the dispensary industry.
Patients must have a medical marijuana registration card and a photo ID. In Good Health also requires a minimum order of $100.

Noble told The Enterprise that his company has been working with the state Department of Public Health over the past several months to develop secure delivery protocols and review other aspects of the service.

Each delivery truck will be tracked by GPS, watched with surveillance video and occupied by two employees, Noble told the newspaper.

Delivery fees will range from $30 to $70 based on the distance from their location at 1200 W. Chestnut St. in Brockton. Only the island communities of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket will be exempted from the delivery service.

In Good Health will also establish a loyalty program and offer new patients an introductory discount, Noble said.

State records show In Good Health was approved to sell medical marijuana on Sept. 3, 2015. While there are over 200 pending applications for new dispensaries, only 10 in the state are approved to sell at this time.

The newest approval to sell medical marijuana was given to Healthy Pharms, Inc. in Georgetown on March 8.

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