This has already been confirmed by a spokesman for the company that distributes liquor through Uber Eats, and has now set its sights on the growing cannabis market.
Uber CEO Tara Kozroshahi said in April that the company was exploring the possibility of distributing cannabis when US law was clear on the matter.
Three years after the legalization of recreational cannabis use in this country, work is underway to repair a weak marijuana market in which illegal products continue to restrict annual sales.
The association will help Canadian adults buy safe and legal cannabis, which will help combat the underground illicit market for more than 40% of non-medical cannabis sales nationwide, Uber said Monday, according to Infobae.
Thus, customers can order cannabis from the Uber Eats processor and buy it at a store near Tokyo Smoke. It may be copied in a few years in other countries where this type of transaction is legal.
“We will continue to closely monitor market-wise terms and opportunities. As federal and local laws develop, we will explore opportunities with businesses operating in other regions, ”an Uber spokesman told the agency. Reuters.
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