Cookies and InterCure Ltd said it opened the world’s largest cannabis pharmacy on Thursday.
It is located in the southern city of Be’er Sheva and has the largest safe room in Israel, capable of storing over a ton of medical cannabis products. Cookies, 1,000-square-meter cannabis pharmacy, is located in the center of the city right in front of City Hall.
During the grand opening, InterCure is offering deals and special offers for all patients in the city and surrounding towns. There will also be live music and food trucks. Cake Mix, Melonatta, Fly, and Ooh La La, among other products, are grown at InterCure’s southern facility and distributed by Cookies.
InterCure Ltd. is an Israeli cannabis producer. Gilbert Anthony Milam, also known as Berner, and his partner Jai founded Cookies in 2010. The Cookies brand includes Cake Mix, Melonatta, Fly, and Ooh La La, all of which are grown at InterCure’s southern facility and distributed by Cookies.
Alexander Rabinovitch, the CEO of InterCure, said that Cookies will open in Be’er Sheva, a city with a severe shortage of professional services and high-quality products that patients need.
He explained that the city is the perfect setting for Cookies, a Be’er Sheva pharmacy that sells high-quality branded products and provides healthcare services for local patients suffering from a lack of professional care and quality products.
InterCure, a company that produces and sells medical marijuana, has its retail division, Cannolam LTD, in operation in 23 pharmacies in Israel. Cookies will open in Be’er Sheva with InterCure, which is an agency that produces the highest quality medicine.