The new dispensary offers medical marijuana products and educational services and is located at 6827 Bird Road in Miami. It will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and will have slightly modified hours on weekends.
In addition to the Miami location, Liberty plans to open three more dispensaries in Florida this month and there will be more to come next year, pending approval by Florida’s Department of Health.
“Liberty remains committed to ensuring that its premium quality medical marijuana products and educational services are accessible to the more than 2.7 million people who call South Florida home,” said Liberty CEO George Scorsis in a statement.
To keep up with demand as it adds more dispensaries, Liberty is boosting production capacity at its Liberty 360 plant in Gainesville, Florida. The facility currently boasts 20,000 square feet of cultivation space and its next phase of 80,000 square feet is set to be completed by February.
Toronto-based Liberty has also improved its research and development capabilities at the Liberty 360 operation and continues to develop different formats and varieties of cannabis.
Liberty Health shares slipped by 1% to C$0.94 in Tuesday’s morning trading session.
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