Two medical marijuana dispensaries in Pennsylvania have run out of supplies — less than two weeks after the state launched its new medical marijuana program.
“We have no inventory,” Chris Visco, TerraVida Holistic Center co-owner in Bucks County, told the Philadelphia Inquirer. He said the only supplies the dispensary had left onThursday morning were vape pens.
Keystone Shops, a dispensary in Devon, posted a notice on its website saying it was closed until more products arrive.
“After receiving multiple deliveries from the state’s first Grower-Processor, Cresco-Yeltrah, Keystone Shops has sold out much of its existing inventory,” the notice read. “Regular hours are expected to start again in the middle of March, with the exact date yet to be determined.”
A reason for the medical marijuana shortage was one of the state’s 12 licensed wholesalers was shipping to pot dispensaries.
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