SHEFFIELD– Marijuana raised on Kellogg Roadway in Sheffield will be cost a 2nd outlet in eastern Massachusetts, as Nova Farms broadens its operations.
Blair Fish, the business’s chief running officer, stated Sunday that the business will open a dispensary on Path 9 in Framingham, its 2nd. Marijuana grown in Sheffield is currently being offered in Attleboro.
” A variety of flower, edibles, and focuses all originated from our Sheffield farm,” Fish stated, describing items to be offered in a previous Papa Gino’s area in Framingham.
The state Marijuana Control Commission authorized an approximately 90-acre outside growing prepare for Nova Farms in Might 2019. The farm had 3,600 plants in the ground by July of that year.
” We were the very first outside farmer granted licensure … and among the only business that produces from farm to dispensary utilizing an environmentally friendly technique,” Fish stated in a declaration.
Nova Farms processes the plants gathered in Sheffield at a center in Attleboro.
Nova Farms isn’t the only marijuana operation in Sheffield. Equinox Farm has actually been cultivating weed there for numerous years.