A new dispensary named Wyllow has opened in the South Robertson neighborhood of Los Angeles, which features a unique design…
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A new, limited-edition collection of cannabis products that will go on sale on 4/20 celebrates women-owned brands. Called the Pink Box Project, the curated collection will retail for $60 and has over 12 items covering cannabis flower, edibles, bath products, and accessories.The project’s founder,
Ebony Andersen, says she was inspired by her own experience in the industry and wanted to celebrate people like herself. Andersen is the co-founder (with Whitney Beatty) and CEO of LA social equity dispensary Josephine & Billie’s.
Los Angeles: Today, the Black Box Project launched its collection at four important dispensaries in L.A. The unique collection of weed products brings together some of the best Black-owned brands in California cannabis. Available in limited quantities, the box is an excellent value and its creators hope it will raise awareness of social equity operators in California cannabis during Black History Month.
Bay area Rapper and cannabis influencer Marty Grimes recently launched his own cannabis brand, YahYah. The brand has been an instant success, no doubt bolstered by Grimes’s star power and social media presence. Grimes tells us how YahYah got its name and about the big plans he has in store for the cannabis brand.