Columbia Care Receives State Approval to Rebrand Retail Footprint Across Florida Locations

One of the largest and most experienced cultivators, manufacturers and providers of cannabis products in the U.S. has rebranded as Cannabist. Columbia Care Inc. operates 14 dispensary locations across Florida and recently received approval from the Florida Department of Health’s Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU) to change its branding name.

“This approval signals the next chapter for our footprint and development in Florida,” says Jesse Channon, Columbia Care’s Chief Growth Officer. “Since the beginning of the year, we have introduced a number of new products, such as edibles, and patients now have more than 100 products to choose from across our 14 locations. We are grateful to the State’s Office of Medical Marijuana Use, who supported us in this decision and look forward to building on the momentum to share the true Cannabist experience with Floridians over the coming months.”

Along with 14 dispensary locations, Columbia Care features over 100,000 square feet of cultivation and manufacturing space in the state. The rebranding will not impact patients seeking the same cannabis products at any dispensary. Future changes will include launching Forage, Columbia Care’s proprietary online cannabis discovery tool, enabling real-time product suggestions and pre-orders for customers and a virtual shopping platform.

For more information, visit www.gocannabist.com/florida

You May Also Like

Now Optics Opens New Corporate Headquarters in Delray Beach

The move is expected to bring 45 jobs across seven departments in the Delray Beach area.

Transformative Healthcare Solutions and Florida Mental Health Coalition Host Inaugural “Back2Basics” Festival 

The event will help honor Mental Health Awareness Month in May.

Caron Florida Launches Mental Health Program to Address Mental, Spiritual and Physical Health

The nonprofit organization in behavioral health aims to increase exposure to the issue during Mental Health Awareness Month in May.

United Way of Broward County Partners With Local Nonprofits to Host Annual Behavioral Health Conference

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, many nonprofit organizations are working to support those living with mental or behavioral health issues. To help reduce the stigma and raise awareness about the support services available to South Florida residents, the United Way of Broward County, in collaboration with the Broward Behavioral Health Coalition and the Florida Department of Children

Other Posts

Stephanie Green Appointed South Florida President of Fifth Third Bank

Fifth Third South Florida has 76 full-service banking centers and over 550 employees.

Proficio Capital Partners Opens Miami Office

Proficio takes a strategic approach to diversification by creating a well-diversified portfolio comprising various asset classes and securities.

Atlantic Group of Companies Begins Sales of Ultra-Luxury, Boutique Project in Palm Beach Shores

The Atlantic Group of Companies is a comprehensive, multi-division real estate brand focused on all aspects of real estate development with successful properties throughout Florida and North Carolina. 

Breakwater Hospitality Group Unveils Sneak Peek of New Miami Headquarters

Interior architecture designers have crafted a space that exudes the lively and hospitable coastal vibe of Miami.