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EWING TOWNSHIP, NJ – Justice Grown is proud to announce that it has officially received a permit to cultivate and process medicinal cannabis products from the New Jersey Department of Health. The permit will allow the company to serve the more than 74,000 patients in the state from its operation in Ewing Township, NJ.
Justice Grown broke ground on its indoor cultivation facility in Ewing Township in late 2019. Upon completion, the facility will be cGMP compliant and house 34,000 square feet of medical cannabis canopy within the 75,000 square foot location. In its first phase, the cultivation center will immediately begin cultivating medical cannabis flower. The second phase will include the production of manufactured medical cannabis products from a state-of-the-art extraction lab.
Under the direction of Justice Grown CEO Darin Carpenter, who previously served as Director of Operations for Tryke Companies / Reef Dispensaries, the company will deliver the same level of operational standards and quality of products from his previous operations in medical and adult use markets such as Arizona, California and Nevada.
“It is our mission to bring affordable, top shelf medical cannabis with a wide range of indica, sativa, hybrid and CBD strains to the patients of New Jersey,” says Carpenter.
“We are very excited to bring comfort and relief to the patients, as well as employment opportunities to residents, in Mercer County and the surrounding area,” added Todd Johnson, Executive Vice President & Head of New Jersey Operations for Justice Grown.
Justice Grown is committed to working with the New Jersey Department of Health to increase access for patients enrolled in NJ’s Medicinal Marijuana Program. Later this year, Justice Grown will also open a beautiful dispensary in Ewing Township, which will be located at 1761 North Olden Avenue, with 2 additional dispensaries to follow.
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