WAKEFIELD, Mass,, June 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ –PRESS RELEASE– CuraleafHoldings, Inc. (CSE: CURA / OTCQX: CURLF), an international provider of consumer products in
cannabis, today announced the opening of its Lancaster dispensary. Curaleaf Lancaster is the company’s
fifth new location to open within the Keystone State this year, expanding its
retail presence to 17 locations in Pennsylvania and 134 nationwide, with more
expansion planned in the state for 2022.
Curaleaf Lancaster offers a curated selection of products across its brand
portfolio spanning Grassroots, Select and Curaleaf. Patients can choose from a
wide array of premium cannabis products, including Select Elite, Select Elite
Live, Grassroots full-spectrum and strain-specific RSO, Grassroots
full-spectrum and strain specific RSO capsules, Grassroots pre-packaged flower,
Curaleaf pre-packaged flower, Grassroots concentrates and Grassroots THC
The company will celebrate the dispensary’s soft opening on June 16,
followed by a grand opening event on June 23.Curaleaf also commemorated
its latest dispensary opening by making a $5,000 donation to the Lancaster
County Food Hub, a local nonprofit that offers free food, clothing and shelter
to community members.
“Pennsylvania has become one of the fastest growing medical markets in
the nation and we are proud to be able to widen access to patients across the
state,” said Matt Darin, Chief Executive Officer of Curaleaf.
“Curaleaf Lancaster is the company’s first dispensary in Lancaster County.
It will allow us to introduce ourselves to new communities while supplying
quality products and helping patients make informed decisions about incorporating
medical marijuana into their lives.”
In addition to Curaleaf’s latest locations, the company also serves patients
in Altoona, Bradford, Brookville, City Avenue, DuBois, Erie, Gettysburg,
Greensburg, Harrisburg, Horsham, King of Prussia, Lebanon, Morton,
Philadelphia, State College, and Wayne. This summer, Curaleaf plans to open a
location in Allentown, further expanding its footprint in Pennsylvania to 18