Uber has launched a new business model that allows customers to place orders for the cannabis product. BBC reported.
Monday’s company spokesperson stated that customers can order via Uber Eats and can then pick it up at the nearest Tokyo Smoke location. CNN reported.
BBC reported that Uber has not yet stated if it will do the same in other areas of Canada or the United States.
“We will continue to watch regulations and opportunities closely market by market. And as local and federal laws evolve, we will explore opportunities with merchants who operate in other regions,”According to Uber spokesperson, Reuters.
Before making a purchase, customers will need their age to use the app. NBC News reported.
BBC reported that Canada’s marijuana industry has grown to $4 billion per year just three years since it was legalized. CNN reports that the industry is projected to reach $6.7 million by 2026 according to data provided by industry research firm BDS Analytics.