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Star Buds partners with DoorDash to launch pickup service in Ontario

As of Wednesday customers oin Barrie and Innisful will now be able to order cannabis and pick it up in-store

starbuds launches cannabis pickup via DoorDash
Star Buds in Barrie, Ontario. Photo via Star Buds

A subsidiary of  CordovaCann Corp. (CSE:CDVA) (OTCQB:LVRLF) has partnered with a popular delivery app to bring pickup services to its customers in Ontario.

On Wednesday, the company announced that its retailer Star Buds Cannabis Co. entered into a partnership with DoorDash Technologies Canada owned by San Francisco-based DoorDash Inc. (NYSE:DASH) to launch pickup services on the marketplace app.

As of Wednesday customers in Barrie and Innisful will now be able to order cannabis and pick it up in-store.

“We look forward to growing the partnership in the coming months and bringing online cannabis ordering and pickup in locations where permitted,” CordovaCann CEO Taz Turner said. 

“The partnership will grow the business and brand of Star Buds Cannabis Co., exposing more customers to our strong product selection and excellent customer service.”

Read more: Superette and DoorDash to launch cannabis pick-up service

Read more: On-demand cannabis delivery app launches in Manitoba

But Star Buds isn’t the only retailer that has partnered with a delivery app this year. Superette and DoorDash also announced the launch of a cannabis pick-up service in Toronto.

Other companies such as the Katz Group of Companies and Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX: WEED) (Nasdaq: CGC) subsidiary Tokyo Smoke were the first companies to list products in the Uber Eats app owned by Uber Canada Inc. (NYSE: UBER).

Last year, in Manitoba –where third-party delivery of cannabis is available– the beta version of The Half Circle app, or THC, launched the first third-party delivery service. The province is also considering allowing other companies such as SkipTheDishes, Uber Eats and DoorDash to start delivering cannabis.


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