Curaleaf to Launch Medical Cannabis Delivery Service, Starting in the Hudson Valley, In the Coming Weeks
NEW YORK – Curaleaf New York today announced it is teaming up with CanPay to give patients a quicker, easier and cashless option to pay for medical cannabis products. By working with CanPay, Curaleaf continues to expand access to life-changing treatments that provide relief for thousands of patients suffering from cancer, PTSD, chronic pain and other conditions.
This announcement comes in advance of Curaleaf’s planned launch of a new home delivery service, which is expected to begin operating in the Hudson Valley in the coming weeks. All delivery service for medical cannabis will utilize and be paid for through the CanPay app.
CanPay is the world’s first and largest transparent debit payment solution for the cannabis industry that allows cannabis patients to pay for purchases straight from a checking account. Patients with a valid driver’s license, checking account and working email address can easily create an account on the CanPay app or www.canpaydebit.com. After registering for CanPay, patients will easily and quickly be able to receive medical cannabis home delivery or pay for medical cannabis products at the Curaleaf dispensary.
“Curaleaf is committed to expanding access to this critical treatment option that has already improved the quality of life for thousands of New Yorkers,” said Michelle Bodner, CEO of Curaleaf New York. “We are excited to work with CanPay to provide an easy, cashless payment option for patients and look forward to launching our new home delivery service in the coming weeks.”
“This partnership with Curaleaf is about helping thousands of medical cannabis patients across New York get access to much-needed medicine in a way that is safe and familiar,” said Dustin Eide, CEO of CanPay. “Rather than having to leave their home, visiting an ATM, taking out cash, and paying the associated fees, Curaleaf’s patients can enjoy the convenience of paying with CanPay at the time of their delivery; and it is totally free for them to use. Not only does signing up for CanPay take just a few minutes, paying with CanPay is highly secure and allows medical cannabis patients to shop like they do everywhere else.”
Curaleaf New York operates medical cannabis dispensaries in Newburgh, Plattsburgh and Forest Hills, Queens that provide patients with access to medical-grade cannabis products and counseling. In addition, Curaleaf New York will be opening a fourth location in Carle Place on Long Island in November.
Curaleaf New York is a subsidiary of Curaleaf, a leading vertically integrated cannabis operator that has a presence in 12 states and owns and operates 28 dispensaries, 12 cultivation sites and 9 processing sites with a focus on highly populated, limited license states, including Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. Curaleaf leverages its extensive research and development capabilities to distribute cannabis products in multiple formats with the highest standard for safety, effectiveness, consistent quality and customer care. Curaleaf is committed to being the industry’s leading resource in education and advancement through research and advocacy. For more information, visit www.curaleaf.com.
CanPay is the first debit payment solution for the state regulated cannabis industry, currently serving consumers and businesses in Washington, California, Colorado, Maine, Florida, Oregon, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, New Mexico, and Puerto Rico. Through the Closed-Banking Feedback Loop, CanPay partners with select financial institutions that have developed stable, compliant banking programs specific to the cannabis industry. By delivering a traditional and legitimate electronic payment solution to this growing yet highly-regulated industry, CanPay allows retailers and customers the convenience of a debit payment while mitigating risks and costs associated with cash transactions. To learn more about CanPay, visitwww.CanPayDebit.com.
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