Cookies announced a new partnership with 3Fifteen Primo to open its first Cookies Dispensary in Missouri, with a grand opening event to be held on July 16 at 10 a.m. CST.
The new dispensary is located at 11088 New Halls Ferry Road in St. Louis.
Grand opening festivities will include live music, food, giveaways and more for all registered patients. Additionally, one lucky visitor will have the chance to win a month of Cookies on Grand Opening Day, and 15 others will be chosen for an exclusive event with Berner on August 6.
“We feel honored and excited to be the first cannabis company in Missouri to bring the iconic Cookies brand retail store to our patients here in the show me state,” said Jason Corrado, co-founder and CEO of 3Fifteen Primo Cannabis. “Cookies was born in California, has grown international, and today boasts a huge brand following due to their innovative products and proprietary strain genetics library. We look forward to supporting this thriving community by bringing this well-respected and top-selling cannabis brand to Missouri.”
At the new location, Cookies patients can choose from a large selection of THC and CBD products available in a variety of consumption methods. In particular, the store will open with a new menu of exclusive strains. The company’s portfolio of in-house brands includes Lemonnade, Collins Ave, Runtz, Minntz and more.
In addition to Cookies’ latest location, the company also serves patients in Detroit; Oklahoma City; Denver; Las Vegas; Portland, Ore.; and more.
Cookies, founded in 2010 by Billboard-charting rapper and entrepreneur Berner and Bay Area breeder and cultivator Jai, offers a collection of over 70 proprietary cannabis cultivars and more than 2,000 products. Cookies also actively works to enrich communities disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs through advocacy and social equity initiatives. Headquartered in San Francisco, the company opened its first retail store in 2018 in Los Angeles and has since expanded to over 45 retail locations in 17 markets across five countries.