ANN ARBOR, MI — A ‘boutique’ marijuana shop is walk-in that is welcoming after running curbside and delivery sales since February 2020.
Apothecare at 2793 Plymouth Road in Ann Arbor officially opened for walk-ins on Wednesday, Feb. 3 and offers a range of products harvested at their cultivation facility in Leoni Township, along with CBD, glass smoking pieces and other accessories, said Jack Edelstein, co-owner.
“We’re locally owned by Ann Arbor residents. We’re not a entity that is corporate regards to outside investors and big companies and now we want to keep it at that scale. We think we tend to be more receptive to and sensitive and painful to your clients,” Edelstein said.
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Edelstein stated the business ended up being identified by Certified type as being 100% organic, including the growing methods are without any pesticides, herbicides and artificial fertilizers. The business utilizes energy-efficient controls that are environmental LED lighting, according to a news release.
Ensuring Apothecare provides products that are clean both leisure and medical users is among all of their priorities, in accordance with Drew Hall, product sales and advertising supervisor. They don’t want to disseminate 30 various plants for the consumer, rather their aim is always to pick well-grown and quality that is high.
“We wanted to have quality that is top. That is exactly what individuals are accustomed cigarette smoking in Ann Arbor,” Hall stated. “We’re a boutique, small-batch, like a micro-brewery for cannabis.”
Shelf life can also be a priority for the business. They sell each item within a timeframe that is specific ensure the next harvest is ready to be sold.
“We very much try to make sure we run through our product in a shelf that is 10-week period,” Hall said. “It’s additionally the freshness element. We actually are getting a fresh product that is fresh every two weeks.”
The 2,000-square-foot shop can accommodate about seven customers at a time, due to the coronavirus restrictions that are pandemic. It really is available from 11 a.m. 7 p.m. to Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday monday. Apothecare is still open for curbside sales.
“We know Ann Arbor has a history that is long medical usage and caregivers. We’re hoping the city views us as a source that is good clean, high potency, high flavor and well-maintained product in general,” Hall said.
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