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Redwood City: First cannabis delivery opens, offers white-glove service – The Mercury News

REDWOOD CITY — Promising white-glove service for cannabis delivery in most parts of the San Francisco Peninsula, Juva Delivery opened Tuesday as the first licensed cannabis delivery company in the city.

The delivery service joins a small list of cannabis delivery services that serve Peninsula cities and will offer service from San Bruno down to Mountain View in what has long been a cannabis desert for legal consumers.

“Our Redwood City location will provide cannabis consumers on the Peninsula a personal and elevated customer experience, delivered by a staff trained in the science of cannabis,” said Juva Life CEO Doug Chloupek. “Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and Redwood City, in particular, supported the vote for cannabis legalization in 2016. Eventually, we hope that we will be able to offer our California customers suffering from ailments like cancer, PTSD, and chronic pain opportunities to participate in patient-reported studies about the efficacy of the products we will create at our research and manufacturing facility.”

Along with offering special white-glove service across the greater parts of Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, Juva will also offer complimentary consultations and unique events with the local community.

According to Weedmaps.com — a website that aggregates pick-up and delivery cannabis services across the Bay Area — there are no cannabis dispensaries between San Jose and Pacifica and few delivery services.

The company said in a statement that it hopes the new service out of Redwood City will “bring legal cannabis delivery to an underserviced area where surrounding cities have banned commercial cannabis activity.”

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