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Social Equity & BIPOC Brand Partnerships

Learn about our brand partnerships with local Massachusetts black, indigenous, and people of color owned cannabis companies.

Freshly Baked

Social Equity
BIPOC

Freshly Baked was founded in 2018 by Philip Smith and Jenny Roseman, two disabled veterans who recognized cannabis to be an effective way of managing PTSD associated with their service to our country. The company was built to be a force for positive impact in the community and to increase access to cannabis for all. Freshly Baked strives to provide the highest quality in everything they do—from their products to their services and support.

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JustinCredible

Social Equity
BIPOC

JustinCredible Cultivation, LLC, was founded in 2018 by four entrepreneurs in the wake of losing everything to a hurricane. The CEO, Reginald Stanfield, used his expertise in agriculture and farming to create the first stand-alone black and woman owned cultivation facility in Massachusetts and holds the honor of being the first veteran & LGBTQ owned cultivation facility on the East Coast. They do more than “just grow weed”—they are deflating the stigmas that have negatively affected our community for decades.

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Harbor House Collective

Social Equity
BIPOC

Harbor House Collective is a minority owned, vertically integrated cannabis company committed to developing and cultivating the highest quality cannabis genetics in the Massachusetts market. With decades of commercial cannabis experience, they strive to provide a new quality standard through consistent and innovative practices at their state-of-the-art grow facility. Harbor House Collective is excited to bring new, high-quality flower and solventless extracts to consumers across Massachusetts.

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Major Bloom

Social Equity
BIPOC

Major Bloom understands and appreciates the magnitude and privilege of being able to legally participate in the cannabis industry. The history of prohibition and the corresponding war on drugs have devastated communities throughout this country and they believe that it's incumbent upon businesses operating in the cannabis industry to serve the communities that have been impacted by the unjust war on drugs. They strive to offer meaningful ways to give back and make a difference in the community.

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B.Noble

Social Equity
BIPOC

B Noble was founded by well-known visual artist, filmmaker and hip-hop pioneer, Fab 5 Freddy, to raise awareness and create funding to defend people from cannabis-related criminalization. The brand is dedicated to telling the story of namesake Bernard Noble, who was arrested in Louisiana and sentenced to 13 years hard labor in prison for possessing the equivalent of two joints.

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