Cannabis orders are now available on Uber Eats in Ontario

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Cannabis retailer Tokyo Smoke and Uber Canada are partnering to streamline the cannabis ordering process in Ontario. The companies announced on Monday,

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why it matters: Uber Canada said Tokyo Smoke is the first cannabis merchant in all of Uber’s global markets to be listed on Uber Eats.

Running news: Uber Eats now has a section in its digital marketplace for Tokyo Smoke’s virtual stores. Consumers will be able to place orders on the app and pick them up at their respective store locations.

  • The companies say the partnership will help combat the underground illegal market, which accounts for more than 40% of all non-medical cannabis sales in Canada. according to government data,
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What are they saying: Mark Hillard, Tokyo Smoke’s Vice President of Operations, said in a statement, “Tokyo Smoke is thrilled to partner with Uber Canada on this innovative offering for our customers, providing them with the highest quality products and the best customer experience possible. ”

  • “As a market leader in innovation and the platform used by many Canadians, we believe this is the ideal next offering that can be done safely and easily on the Uber Eats app.”
  • Uber General Manager Lola Kasim said, “By combining a streamlined ordering process through the Uber Eats app with Tokyo Smoke’s in-person pickup service, we are creating a new end-to-end experience for responsible cannabis ordering across the province. are making.” Canada account.

what to watch: Cannabis delivery looks like the next horizon.

  • “As Canadian cannabis laws evolve to include delivery, alternatives like Uber Eats are expected to help reduce poor driving and improve safety on the road,” Uber Canada said in its release.
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