Colorado issued its first adult cannabis delivery permit, reflecting an ongoing nationwide trend towards home delivery services following the coronavirus pandemic.
High Country Supply, trading as Colorado Harvest Co., received its first adult marijuana delivery permit after state regulators filed applications on Jan. 1, according to the old-weekly Denver Westword.
Colorado Harvest in Aurora, a suburb of Denver, is hoping to begin delivery service by March 1, pending city approval.
Aurora decided to ship recreational marijuana in December. However, applicants must meet certain eligibility requirements that have been introduced to promote social justice.
Colorado marijuana regulators began issuing permits for the supply of medical marijuana under a new state law last year. According to government data, six MMJ transportation licenses had been issued by February 1.
Local Colorado jurisdictions have to approve marijuana deliveries within their borders, and more and more are doing so.