Pure Dakota Health has bought of two of the state’s medical marijuana dispensaries, in Bismarck and Williston.
Pure Dakota Health, a local cannabis company, announced its acquisition of North Dakota’s Harvest dispensaries in Bismarck and Williston, both licensed Medical Marijuana dispensaries.
Pure Dakota Health currently owns and operates the dispensary in Fargo. The company has been authorized to operate the dispensaries in Bismarck and Williston by the North Dakota Department of Health, Division of Medical Marijuana. The Williston dispensary opened in July 2019, with Harvest of Bismarck opening the next month.
Both dispensaries will reopen their doors under the new owners to qualifying medical marijuana patients on Wednesday, Feb 24 at 10 a.m. A registered patient is an individual who has been diagnosed by a healthcare provider as having a debilitating medical condition. Voters approved medical marijuana in November 2016, and the state reported 4,796 registered medical marijuana patients in North Dakota as of Feb. 18.
“Being locally owned and operated, patient safety is by far our highest priority,” said Pure Dakota Health CEO, Casey Neumann. “Our employees are our greatest asset and we are very excited to add all of