By Marc LarocqueThe Enterprise
BROCKTON – In 2015, it was one of the first two medical marijuana dispensaries to open in Massachusetts.
Now, In Good Health is waiting in line for a state-issued recreational license, after the Brockton City Council recently finalized local licensing and zoning regulations, ending a moratorium on retail pot shops in the city.
But in the meantime, In Good Health is supplying some of the 10 existing state-legalized recreational marijuana stores around the state with its line of cannabis products, which it cultivates and manufactures at a 56,000-square-foot facility at 1200 West Chestnut St. in Brockton.
In Good Health confirmed to The Enterprise that it has wholesaling arrangements with “several” dispensaries carrying In Good Health-branded products. Recently, for example, the Northeast Alternatives recreational pot shop in Fall River started selling In Good Health’s marijuana-infused chocolate bars.
“We are excited for the growth opportunity for In Good Health in the city of Brockton, both in terms of expanding to offer recreational products, as well as to take advantage of wholesale opportunities, where we sell product that we create and package to other dispensaries in Massachusetts,” said In Good Health President and CEO David Noble.
“Just like so many other businesses that have called Brockton home over the years, from those making shoes, hardware, packaged foods and many other things, we take great pride in providing a high quality product that can be used far beyond the city limits.”
As it ramps up its wholesale division, In Good Health is also planning for the introduction of recreational marijuana sales at the Brockton facility, which will take place once the Cannabis Control Commission approves an adult use recreational license for the company.
At the same time, In Good Health is working to expand its reach through a plan to