Torontoans will be able to have cannabis delivered to their homes starting Monday thanks to a partnership between Uber Eats and Leafly.
This is the first delivery of these types of products is offered on a major third-party delivery platform globally.
“We partner with industry leaders like Leafly to help retailers provide Torontonians with safe and convenient options to purchase legal cannabis, delivered to their homes, which will help fight the illegal market and reduce impaired driving,” said Uber Eats Canada General Manager Lola Kassim .
This service will be offered to people aged 19 and over by three retailers, namely Hidden Leaf Cannabis, Minerva Cannabis and Shivaa's Rose. All you have to do is go to the Uber Eats app and select the “cannabis” option. The order will then be delivered by certified CannSell staff from the chosen retailer.
“We are a small business and this partnership is a great way for us to expand our reach and grow our business across the city . Much like the in-store experience, our CannSell-certified delivery staff understand and follow local regulations regarding cannabis transactions, including identity verification,” mentioned Hidden Leaf owners Marissa and Dale Taylor. /p>
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