The cannabis delivery High There sector is exploding across the country with companies like Eaze and Lantern providing cannabis delivery services to consumers through their apps. It’s important for dispensaries considering adding this sales channel to consider how it will impact their operations. There are several key items to keep in mind.
What is the limit on edibles?
First, it’s important to note that in order to place a cannabis delivery order you must be 21 years or older and have a valid government-issued photo ID to show the driver. You will also need to pay for your products in cash, as most dispensaries are not yet accepting credit or debit cards.
Additionally, if you are considering offering a cannabis delivery service, it’s important to understand the requirements of your state. Many states require that your dispensary be fully licensed to offer cannabis deliveries. This means that you’ll need to hire additional staff, acquire delivery vehicles and invest in the software necessary to manage the logistics of the process. It may be worth it for your business to partner with a third-party fulfillment company to save on overhead expenses.
Another thing to keep in mind is the amount of inventory you can carry in your delivery vehicles. This will affect how long you can stay out on a delivery run before needing to return for more product and it’s important to know your customers and the average radius of your community. You should also take into account that if your dispensary is known for their great customer service, you might want to consider avoiding branding your delivery cars or keeping them unmarked in order to maintain a level of discretion.