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After Six Months of Weed Delivery in Denver, How Are Things Going?

It’s been six months since weed delivery in Denver was legalized, and we wanted to take a look at how things are going. Overall, it seems like the experiment has been a success! The number of people using our service continues to grow each month, and we’re seeing more and more first-time customers. There have been some bumps in the road, but for the most part, things are running smoothly. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some of the challenges that have come up along the way, as well as what we’ve done to overcome them. Thanks for reading!

The New Era of Weed Delivery in Denver

Marijuana delivery first became legal in Denver in August of last year. Since then, there’s been a lot of change in the industry. For one, the number of marijuana delivery providers has exploded. There are now dozens of companies competing to bring you your cannabis.

The marijuana delivery industry continues to grow every month with more people trying it out than ever before. There are still some challenges that need overcoming but overall things seem pretty promising for weed deliveries in Denver going forward.

Here’s what we’ve learned so far:

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Marijuana Delivery Is Here To Stay

Denver is at the forefront of marijuana innovation and technology, which means there will always be new ideas coming up about how best to deliver marijuana products within city limits without breaking any laws or endangering anyone else (aside from yourself). Consequently, you can expect many different types of marijuana delivery providers including those that offer only flower or edibles and others that have both options available for customers’ orders.

Many Marijuana Delivery Services

One of the finer details of Denver’s marijuana delivery laws is that dispensaries themselves cannot deliver your weed. The product must be transported by a third-party courier specifically licensed for cannabis delivery. This wrinkle in the law has opened the door for a sub-category of the cannabis industry: The marijuana delivery business.

When marijuana delivery began last summer, there were only two companies licensed to deliver recreational marijuana. That number has since ballooned to over 10 providers, and counting.

Dispensaries Partnering With a Delivery Service Provider

Most of these providers have websites that allow those ordering marijuana delivery to choose the products they want from dispensaries around Denver. Not surprisingly, however, many dispensaries have developed partnerships with specific marijuana delivery companies. This is mutually advantageous, as it allows the dispensary to outsource some of its delivery needs while providing the marijuana courier with a steady stream of customers.

The Challenges of Marijuana Delivery

Like anything else, marijuana delivery isn’t without its challenges. One issue that has come up is that many people don’t understand how it works. This can be especially true for first-time customers who may not be familiar with the process of having marijuana delivered to their door.

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Another challenge has been ensuring that products are transported in a way that keeps them fresh and meets all safety requirements. There have been cases where dispensaries have had problems getting certain strains or products delivered in the right condition. Lastly, there’s always the concern about whether or not marijuana delivery is actually safe. While we’ve seen a few minor safety issues, the widespread safety issues that some feared have not come to pass. We’re confident that Denver weed delivery is a safe and viable option.

What to Expect in the Future of Weed Delivery

As recreational marijuana delivery continues to grow in popularity, you can expect to see more advancements made in terms of technology and customer service. This will include things like drone deliveries, order tracking, and real-time updates on your order status.

We also anticipate that marijuana delivery will become more mainstream as acceptance grows. With this increased acceptance, you can expect to see marijuana delivery becoming available in more cities across the United States. Thanks for reading! Stay tuned for future blog posts about all things cannabis!

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