Another weed delivery app hits the Apple Store


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Stem Holdings, Inc., which operates under the name Driven by Stem, announced on Monday that Budee, its online cannabis platform and service, has launched the Budee Cannabis Delivery app, which is available for download. on the Apple App Store.

Budee’s 173,000 loyal customers can now shop from its vast selection and track orders to their doorstep with an intuitive, app-based shopping experience, the Florida-based cannabis company announced.

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Customers in California and Oregon can choose from a wide assortment of flower products, pre-rolls, concentrates, edibles and accessories available on the Budee Marketplace app.

The new app also offers a seamless shopping experience, full in-app cannabis e-commerce purchases, special and exclusive offers, product deals, promotions, as well as expedited customer service and customer service. delivery on time.

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Adam Berk, CEO of Stem, a multi-state and vertically integrated Farm-to-Home (F2H) cannabis cultivation and technology company, called the move a “milestone” for the company.

“We are ready and excited to extend our technology leadership to the 65% of our customers who have iPhones as well as new customers excited to have our large assortment and personalized service, who can now purchase seamlessly and confidentially. cannabis products via their mobile device. in our markets, ”commented Berk. “We continue to focus on improving the customer experience and have launched our Budee app on our current footprint in California and Oregon to facilitate new customer acquisition and service excellence. “

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The company also said Budee will expand into new markets in late 2021 and throughout 2022.

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Apple’s hype continues

After Apple Inc. updated its policies to allow cannabis-centric apps in its store, several cannabis companies launched new apps for Apple’s iOS smartphone operating system.

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Weed delivery company Eaze first seized the opportunity by launching a “first of its kind” app for iPhone users in July, followed by TPCO Holding Corp. (NEO: GRAM.U), which operates under the name of Mother Society, Emjay and Leafy.

This article originally appeared on Benzinga and has been republished with permission.


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