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State releases dispensary selections

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The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services this afternoon released the names of the applicants granted medical marijuana dispensary licenses in the state. 

DHSS began issuing the 192 dispensary licenses yesterday among more than 1,200 applicants. Twenty-four licenses were awarded in each congressional district and determined based on a blind scoring of the medical marijuana facility application. The 7th congressional district comprises Greene, Christian, Stone, Lawrence, Jasper, Newton, McDonald, Barry and Taney counties.

Listed below, in the order of applications scored highest to lowest, are the entities that have been given the green light to open a dispensary in southwest Missouri: 

  • BD Health Retail 2 LLC, Springfield
  • Mo Retail Products Group Inc., Springfield
  • Mo Retail Products Group Inc., Joplin
  • Como Health LLC, Branson West
  • BBMO 2 LLC, Springfield
  • Old Route 66 Wellness LLC, Springfield
  • Old Route 66 Wellness LLC, Ozark
  • Astro Farms Gamma LLC, Joplin
  • Grassroots OpCo MO LLC, Branson
  • The Dispensary LLC, Cassville
  • Mo Retail Products Group Inc., Springfield
  • Revival Ninety-Eight LLC, Springfield
  • Ozarx Botanicals I LLC, Springfield
  • SMO4 Inc., Carthage
  • Missouri Joint Ventures LLC, Nixa
  • OWG I LLC, Springfield
  • Bloom Medicinals of MO LLC, Springfield
  • V3 MO Vending 5 LLC, Springfield
  • SW Retail Holdings LLC, Branson West
  • Harmony Neosho LLC, Neosho
  • Grassroots OpCo MO LLC, Springfield
  • Grassroots OpCo MO LLC, Joplin
  • Missouri Made Marijuana LLC, Joplin
  • Easy Mountain Investments LLC, Republic

License for Weed

Being approved for a medical marijuana facility license is no easy task. During SBJ’s CEO Roundtable last month on medical marijuana, Lyndall Fraker, director of Missouri Department of Health’s medical marijuana program, laid out the categories of criteria that the 2,269 applications were scored

The applications were scored by:

  • background, qualifications and relevant experience of the principal officers or managers;
  • overall business plan;
  • site security;
  • experience in a legal cannabis market;
  • the potential for economic impact;
  • experience in cultivation, manufacturing or testing food or beverages;
  • experience in health care for those looking to open a medical marijuana dispensary; and
  • competitiveness in the marketplace.


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