Clear plastic garbage bags that have been stuffed with commercial-grade cannabis nugs.

Sarah Climaco

Dispensaries in Pennsylvania are already out of product, according to the Philadelphia Enquirer, and operators are not expecting stock to be replenished until at least March 15.

The owners of TerraVida Holistic Center in Sellersville and Keystone Shop in Devon both told the Enquirer that they had run out of product; the owners of Keystone said they have closed until further notice.

“After receiving multiple deliveries from the state’s first Grower-Processor, Cresco-Yeltrah, Keystone Shops has sold out much of its existing inventory. Regular hours are expected to start again in the middle of March, with the exact date yet to be determined. In the meantime, our Devon location will remain closed with possible limited sales hours yet to be announced. Our King of Prussia and South Philadelphia locations are not yet open.” – Skip Shuda, Keystone Shop COO, in a blog post dated Thursday

“We have no inventory,” “We took a shipment on Wednesday. On Thursday, we had the biggest sales day we’ve ever had. By this morning, all we had left were a handful of disposable vape pens.” – Chris Visco, co-owner of TerraVida Holistic Center, to the Enquirer

According to the report, just one of 12 licensed cannabis wholesalers is delivering products to retailers; two other cultivators are expected to have their crops processed by March. At least two more dispensaries are expected to come online in the state next week.

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