Harvest Wins Approval to Cultivate Medical Marijuana in Ohio (Press Release)
TEMPE – Arizona-based Harvest, Inc., operating as Harvest Grows, LLC, was recently awarded a Level 1 provisional cultivation license in Ohio. The license permits Harvest to initially operate up to 25,000 square feet of medical marijuana cultivation space. Harvest is one of 12 companies recently chosen from an applicant pool of 109, and was the only company with two winning applications.
“Harvest was founded with one mission: to improve people’s lives. We accomplish this mission by empowering patients to take control of their health and well-being, and one way we facilitate that process is by growing high-quality, standardized medicine,” said Steve White, Harvest dispensary CEO. “Being awarded the provisional license in Ohio further validates our model and approach that we’ve been relentlessly bringing to markets since 2013 and making medical cannabis more accessible to patients who need it.”
Founded in 2013, Harvest currently has medical cannabis interests in six states: Arizona, Nevada, Illinois, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and now Ohio. Cumulatively, these facilities have been operating successfully for nearly 13 years and have produced over 50,000 pounds of medical marijuana, providing pain and symptom relief for tens of thousands of patients.
“Harvest navigates our business lines purposefully and with excellence,” said Jason Vedadi, Harvest’s President. “Winning in Ohio further invigorates our team to continue to strategically shape the future of cannabis in the United States.”
Harvest grows, processes, and distributes high-quality medical marijuana and provides a safe, clean, comfortable, respectful, and compassionate environment for patients looking to obtain medicine. Harvest is the only organization in the United States to simultaneously hold Americans for Safe Access’ Patient Focused Certifications for cultivation, manufacturing, and distribution. More information can be found at http://harvestinc.com.