A lack of stock that has forced several Pennsylvania medical marijuana dispensaries to close temporarily or modify hours won’t change the opening of Lancaster County’s dispensary.
Cure Pennsylvania will open its Manheim Township store for appointments only Wednesday and Thursday before opening to walk-in customers Friday.
Two dispensaries in the Philadelphia region ran out of medicine last week, less than two weeks after the state’s medical marijuana program began, according to Philly.com.
TerraVida Holistic Center in Bucks County is running on modified hours. Keystone Shop in Devon, is closed until further notice, according to the businesses’ websites.
We regret to inform you that we are completely out of product. We will remain open from 10-6 today and Monday -… https://t.co/mbbtImpWry
— TerraVida (@terravidahc) March 3, 2018
The shortage does not surprise Ryan Smith, director of operations at the Lancaster County dispensary.
“We anticipated this shortage of medicine several months ago,” Smith said in an email. “That is why we decided to hold off opening until next week rather than opening