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The Healing Center co-founders Chris Kohan (left) and Jay Richards (right) in Cranberry
Medical marijuana demand and usage has increased during the coronavirus pandemic, and medical marijuana dispensaries have adapted to this increased demand, even during a time of increased safety protocols.
Now, one Pittsburgh-based medical marijuana dispensary is expanding in hopes to create more locations for Pennsylvania patients to access medical cannabis.
The Healing Center announced on Feb. 10 that it will be creating six more medical marijuana dispensaries throughout Pennsylvania, thanks to an investment in Agronomed Biologics. With the purchase of a 50% equity in the Chester County-based Agronomed Biologics, The Healing Center will first build a new cannabis processing center and dispensary in Chester County.
Then, the next three locations will be located in Southwestern Pennsylvania, including one in Robinson Township, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times. “For us, it was always about the patients,” Healing Center