Going to the cannabis market. From today, Ontario users can place an order with retailer Tokyo Smoke through the app. Don’t expect one Driver drops off at the joints, though. Cannabis orders are currently only pick-up.
Users need to search for “marijuana” or “Tokyo Smoke” and make sure they have reached legal age before making their purchase. Orders will be ready for pickup within an hour. In stores, shoppers need to present their identities to Tokyo Smoke staff so they can prove they are 19 or older.
With the rapid change of orders, Uber and Tokyo Smoke hope to move the business away from illegal container dealers. Uber Said The underground market accounted for 40 percent of the sale of untreated cannabis in Canada, where recreational use was legalized in 2018.
A new market for marijuana Uber. The agency did not say whether it would offer to buy marijuana in another province or through other retailers, or whether it would eventually place orders. Uber is entering , And CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said earlier this year that the company could supply marijuana to the United States if it is legalized at the federal level.
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