VidaCann is the Fastest Growing Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Florida
Florida has been dubbed the second-fastest-growing medical cannabis market in the United States, behind California. In the first quarter of 2020, there were more than 300,000 registered medical marijuana patients in the state. Therein lies a great opportunity for a growing medical marijuana dispensary business in Florida. In fact, the medical cannabis industry has created over 34,000 new jobs across America in this high growth market.
VidaCann is well-positioned as one of the most reputable and largest cannabis producers and dispensary brands in the Sunshine State. VidaCann, based in Jacksonville, Florida, has been operating a flowering plant nursery and greenhouse since 1949. To say that VidaCann has learned a thing or two about organic cultivation in 71 years would be an understatement.
The passion for cultivation is just the start of the quality control and horticultural expertise that goes into every VidaCann product. Onsite, there is a cGMP certified laboratory that meets all Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements for quality control.
“As the second-fastest-growing medical marijuana market in the U.S., we have seen the ever-increasing demand from patients across Florida for our safe and effective cannabis products and with this investment in our expansion, our goal is to ensure VidaCann products are readily and easily available to help those who need it.“—Peyton Moseley, Vice President of Product Development, VidaCann
The growth plan for VidaCann involves launching more dispensaries. They have projected a total of thirty-five (35) operational medical marijuana dispensaries in Florida by 2021. VidaCann currently provides more than 30 premium strains of medical cannabis and 200+ product SKUs for certified Florida medical marijuana cardholders. VidaCann has also secured licensing as the exclusive cultivator and Florida dispensary for Charlotte’s Web™ cannabis products and Tikun Olam, two world-renowned and highly rated premium strains and brands.