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MariMed’s Strategic Plan Progress: Key Acquisitions and Approvals

The TDR Three Key Takeaways regarding MariMed Expansion Plans:

  • In Massachusetts, MariMed has achieved a significant milestone with the approval for adult-use sales at its Quincy Panacea Wellness dispensary.
  • MariMed has also secured a provisional dual-use license in Ohio
  • Only the Hagerstown expansion was included in MariMed’s 2024 financial outlook

MariMed Inc. (CSE: MRMD, OTCQX: MRMD) has made significant progress in its strategic plan with key acquisitions and regulatory approvals. The company has been strategically expanding its footprint in high-growth markets such as Maryland and Massachusetts. MariMed’s acquisition of Medleaf in Prince George’s County, Maryland, is a notable step in expanding its dispensary operations. Medleaf, now branded as Thrive Wellness, was closed since July 1, 2023, and MariMed plans to reopen it for adult-use sales by the end of the second quarter, pending regulatory approvals. This dispensary will be MariMed’s second adult-use location in Maryland, adding to its existing dispensary in Annapolis and its cultivation and processing facility in Hagerstown. According to Jon Levine, MariMed’s Chief Executive Officer, “We are thrilled to announce the closing of this acquisition. Maryland is a fantastic, high-growth, adult-use market. Maximizing our footprint there has long been one of our top strategic priorities, and this agreement gets us closer to that goal.”

The Upper Marlboro dispensary will offer a diverse range of products from MariMed’s brands, including Nature’s Heritage, Betty’s Eddies, Bubby’s Baked, Vibations, and InHouse. These products are already distributed across nearly all dispensaries in Maryland, ensuring a broad market presence. Furthermore, MariMed has received state approval to expand its cultivation facility in Hagerstown, allowing it to meet the high demand for its products in the state.

In Massachusetts, MariMed has achieved a significant milestone with the approval for adult-use sales at its Quincy Panacea Wellness dispensary. The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission granted this approval, making it MariMed’s third adult-use dispensary in the state. Adult-use sales commenced on July 2, 2024, transforming the previously medical-only location into a comprehensive retail outlet. MariMed’s branded products are available in over 200 dispensaries in Massachusetts, a market that reported $1.8 billion in total cannabis sales in 2023.  

MariMed has also secured a provisional dual-use license in Ohio, allowing the addition of recreational sales to its medical dispensary in Tiffin. This approval is a crucial step toward expanding its operations in Ohio, pending a final state inspection. Jon Levine expressed his satisfaction with these regulatory milestones, stating, “We are thrilled with the number of positive regulatory developments that we have achieved over the past week. Many of these have been in the works for more than a year and only the Hagerstown expansion was included in our 2024 financial outlook. Having these assets potentially coming online in the near future is a very positive development for MariMed.”

The company’s strategic expansion and acquisitions in Maryland and Massachusetts reflect its commitment to growing its market share in high-growth markets. The company’s approach includes acquiring additional dispensaries and obtaining necessary regulatory approvals to maximize its presence. The distribution of its branded products across multiple dispensaries further enhances MariMed’s market penetration and brand recognition.

Regulatory approvals in Massachusetts, Maryland, and Ohio are key for MariMed’s growth, with new dispensaries and expanded cultivation, MariMed is set to meet rising demand and increase its future revenue inline with past guidance from management. Want to be updated on Cannabis, AI, Small Cap, and Crypto? Subscribe to our Daily Baked in Newsletter!


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