Located in Cape Coral at 103 SW 3rd Place, the new 3,440-sq.ft. dispensary is the company’s 15th in Florida. It will serve the city’s approximately 183,000 residents, as well as customers in the northern section of nearby Fort Myers.
Each of the company’s Florida dispensaries carries a complete range of Fluent premium dried flower, and full-spectrum concentrates and cartridges as well as creams, drops, capsules and suppositories.
Cansortium is one of the first five licensed operators in Florida, which has the fastest-growing medical marijuana patient population in the U.S.
The company plans to open six more dispensaries in Florida by the end of 2019, resulting in 21 locations for the company in the state.
“We recently commenced cultivation at Phase 2 of our state-of-the-art Tampa cultivation facility, which will more than triple our overall Florida production capacity when fully propagated. We expect this additional capacity to support the continued planned expansion of our Florida dispensary platform throughout the remainder of 2019 and into 2020,” Cansortium CEO Jose Hidalgo stated.