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The Sweet End of the Lollipop: Thai Dispensary Chain Launches Flagship Store

The race for dominance in Thailand’s cannabis industry sees Lollipop Farms expanding with a new dispensary in Bangkok.




The logo of Bangkok, Thailand-based Lollipop Farms which has been rapidly expanding across Thailand and Southeast Asia. PHOTO LOLLIPOP FARMS

The Bangkok Post reports Lollipop Farms has opened the doors to a new dispensary outlet in Thailand, expanding their operations in Southeast Asia. The opening marks a major milestone for the Bangkok-based entrepreneurial cannabis business which launched in 2021 with the goal of supplying assured, safe products to Thai customers.

The new Lollipop Farms Cannabis Dispensary is located in the Phra Arthit Mansion located in Phra Nakhon, Bangkok. The stylishly designed dispensary mixes a minimalist decor with an art gallery for an inspiring cannabis space. The grand opening was on March 4, and attendees received gift bags and the first chance to experience the premium strains that Lollipop Farms selected for their shelves.The company’s flagship outlet is designed to offer customers safe and tested cannabis and hemp products in the Kingdom.

Lollipop Farm is a brand that prides itself on offering high-quality, safe, affordable and effective cannabis products. The team, which carefully analyzed the explosive growth of the Thai cannabis market before launching, confirms that all of their products “are backed by science and research,” tested in their lab to ensure an extra level of quality control and are available at various price points to ensure accessibility for patients, reports Thai news site Coconuts. The store also offers online shopping on its website.

Lollipop Farm is also committed to educating the general public about hemp and cannabis usage through their weekly educational program called “Cannabis 101.” The program is primarily aimed at cannabis novices and provides an introduction to various usages, as well as advice for first-time users and an overall recap of Thai laws.

In addition to rolling out more outlets across Bangkok, Lollipop Farm also plans to bring the Farm experience to customers in well-know tourist destinations like Phuket, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Bangkok’s own famed Khaosan Road. Currently, the company also operated stores in the nation of Myanmar, specifically in Yangon and Tachileik.




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