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California: Farm-To-Table Medical Marijuana Mobile Delivery App Launches

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The Green Exchange, Inc., the developers of "Loud Cannabis," which the company calls "the world's first online portal and HIPPA compliant mobile app that connects growers to patients," on Tuesday announced the launch of their Patient Delivery Application.

"Loud Cannabis" is a free app that is now available for Android phones. The app uses patented technologies to allow patients to sign up with a farm collective, browse available inventory, purchase products, and arrange for immediate home delivery.

"This new app will empower farmers and give patients a direct connection to the source of their cannabis," said Joshua Artman, founder and CEO of The Green Exchange. "When people buy food, they want to know its origin, freshness and quality. Now this 'farm-to-table' distribution model is available to help farmers connect with more people, and provide patients with fresh cannabis with integrity and transparency."

Unlike other "delivery-service" apps that are hitting the market, Loud Cannabis was developed by farmers - for farmers, as well as for cannabis users who care about quality, according to The Green Exchange.

When a grower adds inventory into the Loud Cannabis app, it is simultaneously loaded into an Integrated Social Media (ISM) push platform, so that consumers can instantly see the latest product offerings via Twitter. This feature helps growers build their brand, increase the value of their products, and drive sales, according to the company.

Colorado: Mobile Marijuana Order-Ahead and Loyal Platform Launches

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Baker, an order-ahead and loyalty platform for the burgeoning Colorado marijuana industry, has launched publicly. During a successful three-month beta run, dispensaries saw thousands of dollars of orders coming through the Baker app, which allows customers to reserve up to an ounce of their favorite cannabis strain and skip the line.

Dispensaries can easily list their menus, manage inventory, post real time specials and manage loyalty programs on the app, according to the company. Customers order ahead, browse member-only specials and earn loyalty rewards at their favorite dispensaries, and have their order waiting when they arrive.

With more than 400 licensed recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries and hundreds of millions of dollars in sales in Colorado, Baker fills a pressing need for the kind of reservation and loyalty tools which have revolutionized other industries, according to CEO Joel Milton.

The app, which is launching in Colorado with 20 dispensaries, is rapidly adding locations within Denver and in the coming months will expand to other cities with legal marijuana nationwide, according to Milton.

“We currently have a waiting list (well over 1,000+ people and 20+ dispensaries) so that each new user and dispensary has the best possible experience when they first use Baker,” Milton said.

He noted that demand at dispensaries has grown so fast, that many locations often have lines out the door, with the regular customers who know what they want waiting alongside tourists who want to linger and ask a lot of questions.

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