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The Growing Trend of Cannabis Delivery Services in the US

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Daily users are reshaping economy by ordering cannabis through delivery.

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Bronx, New York, May 10, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Freshly Baked NYC, a local cannabis delivery service in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and other boroughs, has seen a surge in demand as more people turn to convenient ways of purchasing their marijuana products. With the legalization of cannabis for medical and recreational use in many states across the US, the delivery service industry is booming.

Daily users of marijuana are reshaping the consumer economy by buying more frozen food, and they're also ordering on delivery apps such as Freshly Baked NYC. This shift in consumer behavior has led to an increase in the number of cannabis delivery services popping up in various cities, offering a wide range of products to cater to different preferences.

After Eaze workers unionized with United Food and Commercial Workers, the company cut pay and wouldn't address it in negotiations. This has raised concerns about the treatment of workers in the cannabis delivery industry and has prompted discussions about fair labor practices and employee rights.

A man who robbed and fatally shot a cannabis delivery driver in Southcrest was sentenced in San Diego Superior Court Friday to life in prison. This tragic incident highlights the risks associated with working in the cannabis delivery sector and underscores the need for safety measures to protect workers.

Raritan Cannabis Dispensary Offers Home delivery - Bridgewater, NJ - The woman-owned medical Dispensary, Valley Wellness, is expanding its services to include home delivery, making it more convenient for customers to access their products. This move reflects the growing trend of cannabis delivery services across the country.

GREENFIELD — The city has dropped its limit on licenses for cannabis delivery operators, as the state Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) has relaxed regulations to accommodate the increasing demand for delivery services. This decision is expected to boost the local economy and provide job opportunities in the cannabis industry.

Of the nine states that allow recreational marijuana delivery, Massachusetts remains the only one to require two employees to travel in each delivery vehicle. This unique regulation aims to ensure the safety of both employees and customers and sets a standard for other states to follow in the growing cannabis delivery sector.

500-plus Eaze Cannabis delivery Drivers Threaten to Strike Ahead of 4/20. The workers, represented by four local chapters of the UFCW, recently voted to go on strike to demand better pay and working conditions. This labor dispute sheds light on the challenges faced by workers in the cannabis delivery industry.

Stanton City Council members took the first steps in approving cannabis delivery services in an effort to bolster the city's finances. By allowing delivery services to operate within city limits, Stanton aims to generate additional revenue and create new business opportunities in the cannabis sector.

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