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Published on: 10/02/2020 4:24:16 PM
EASTHAMPTON – Liberty Cannabis, the city’s third marijuana dispensary, opened on Friday at 155 Northampton St., in a building that once housed Hairy’s Pet Supply.
Goodbye dog bones. Hello, Do Drops, low dose marijuana edibles that come in flavors of lemon, sour orange and caramel.
“You can always complete your to-do list with Do Drops,” joked Ella Wagge, vice president of retail at Holistic Industries, which owns the Easthampton dispensary along with others across the country, including one in Sommerville which is currently open for medical use only. . All of Holistic’s dispensaries carry the Liberty name and have a transformation and growth facility in Monson.
“This is our first recreation store on the East Coast,” Wagge said. She highlighted the store’s “welcoming and open environment”, which features rectangles framed with living moss on the walls. The idea, she said, was “to bring some of the outdoors indoors.”
“We plan to be here for a long time,” said David Cohen, director of research and property management at Holistic Industries.
Liberty opened last Friday for medical marijuana sales. Although Do Drops is an in-house product of Industries, the dispensary also sells a variety of cannabis products from other vendors. Currently, Holistic Industries is working with the family of the late Jerry Garcia to offer a line of marijuana products named after the legendary Grateful Dead frontman.
“We’re really looking forward to getting this started,” Wagge said. “We work closely with Trixie Garcia, his daughter.”
The Jerry Garcia Cannabis Collection is slated for release in California later this year, with plans to bring it to Massachusetts in 2021. Wagge noted that Garcia liked certain strains of marijuana, to which the collection will pay homage.
Wagge and Cohen both highly appreciated their collaboration with the City of Easthampton.
“They have been very attentive,” Easthampton Mayor Nicole LaChapelle said of the dispensary, noting that to her knowledge the company did everything it said it would do in its plan. application and safety, with a few minor tweaks that she described as normal. .
Currently, the clinic is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and employs 20 people.
“Obviously depending on the volume, it will only increase from here,” Wagge said.
One of those employees is Hectsy Robles, who was fired from INSA’s Easthampton dispensary due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She said she wanted to continue working in the industry in order to continue helping people and that she prefers to work at Liberty.
Another Liberty employee is a resident of the city, Tommy Perrault.
“They seem to be really invested in the community,” Perrault said. “They seem to be growing in every state they find themselves in.”
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