Uber Eats in Canada this week announced the start of marijuana delivery by delivery service for Toronto residents over 19.
According to the company, the Uber Eats app now introduces the “Cannabis” category, through which the consumer can choose one of the platform’s licensed marijuana resellers.
According to Uber, delivery cannot be made by independent couriers, only by employees of the retailer itself, in accordance with local legislation.
The initiative takes place in partnership with Leafly, a cannabis marketplace.
Joana Cunha with Paulo Ricardo Martins and Diego Felix
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