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Modern Flower


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About Modern Flower

Modern Flower is a marijuana cultivator and wholesale cannabis supplier.

Headquarters Location

1821 W. Baseline Road Suite 101

Guadalupe, Arizona, 8528,

United States

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Latest Modern Flower News

Harvest Merges with Modern Flower to Become Largest Medical Marijuana Operator in Arizona

Jul 12, 2017

Tags Arizona , Cultivation , Dispensaries , Employees , Jason Vedadi , Kaylynn Arnold , Licenses , medical , Merger , Modern Flower , Press Release , State , Steve White , Tempe Merger allows Harvest to increase its footprint in the state, with 8 medical marijuana dispensary licenses and 3 cultivation facilities, to serve the growing demand from patients for medicinal cannabis TEMPE, Ariz., July 11, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Harvest, a national medical marijuana operator based in Arizona, has merged with Modern Flower, a local marijuana cultivator and leading wholesale cannabis supplier. The merger allows Harvest to become the largest medical marijuana operator in Arizona, with more dispensary licenses and cultivation facilities than any other medical marijuana operator in the state. “Since we opened our first dispensary in Tempe four years ago, Harvest has grown, and we’ve done so in a manner that directly benefits patients,” said Steve White, CEO of Harvest. “This merger allows Harvest to meet the demand from an increasing number of seriously ill patients who are turning to medicinal cannabis to confront a variety of illnesses, from cancer to Alzheimer’s disease.” A national model in the medical cannabis industry, Harvest is committed to helping qualified medical marijuana patients who suffer from cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder. Harvest holds itself to the most stringent health, safety and quality standards in the industry when it comes to the growth, production and sale of cannabis medicines. Harvest’s offerings include cannabis flower and cannabis oil, along with Dream Steam vaporizer pens which promote the safe inhalation of medical cannabis. The merger will bring six additional Arizona dispensary licenses to Harvest, as well as an 18,000-square-foot cultivation facility in Cottonwood, Ariz. Harvest currently operates dispensaries in Tempe and Scottsdale, along with a 12,000-square-foot indoor cultivation facility in Bellemont, Ariz., and a 35,000-square-foot facility and 3.3 acres of outdoor cultivation space in Camp Verde, Ariz. The latter site features a fully-automated greenhouse with a building management system that senses and stabilizes the environment, thereby increasing efficiency and efficacy. As a result of this merger, Harvest’s total Arizona-based workforce is expected to grow to more than 200 employees by the end of 2017. In addition to rebranding Modern Flower’s cultivation facility in Cottonwood and dispensary facility in Lake Havasu under the Harvest banner, the company plans to open several new dispensaries, including another dispensary in Tempe, at Baseline Road and the I-10, which is anticipated to open in August. Additional Arizona dispensaries are also planned for Phoenix, Tucson, Tolleson, and Cottonwood. “What I find particularly exciting about this merger is the growth of our Harvest team,” said White. “We have an incredibly-engaged group of team members who are passionately committed to the care of our patients. You can easily see that energy, that genuine desire to improve patients’ lives, in every aspect of our company, from our cultivation to our dispensaries. It’s something that truly differentiates Harvest, and we’re thrilled to be able to share it with more patients.” “Harvest has a like-minded commitment to high-quality products, and a well-defined corporate and social mission,” said Jason Vedadi, Founder of Modern Flower, who will join the Harvest team as President, leading Harvest’s expansion initiative. “The merger means enhanced product offerings and more options for people seeking relief from battling painful medical conditions and debilitating diseases.” About Harvest Headquartered in Tempe, Ariz., Harvest is a national medical cannabis company that was founded by a business-litigation attorney in 2011. The company currently has dispensary, cultivation, and production licenses in Arizona, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada and Pennsylvania, and plans to expand its reach into more states across the country. Harvest’s dispensaries closely resemble a sophisticated medical facility or upscale retail store. The dispensaries provide a safe, clean, comfortable, respectful and compassionate environment for qualified patients looking to obtain medical marijuana. While patients who visit Harvest’s dispensaries represent a broad cross-section of the U.S. population, most of them have one thing in common: a serious illness. Terminal cancer, AIDS, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and debilitating or chronic pain are among the top conditions that many qualified medical marijuana patients have. To ensure sound manufacturing practices and patient-focused standards, Harvest invited Americans for Safe Access to inspect its facilities, audit its policies and procedures, and augment its training programs. Harvest is proud to be one of only a handful of facilities in the United States to earn ASA’s Patient Focused Certification for retail, cultivation and manufacturing of medical cannabis. Since its inception, Harvest has donated more than $300,000 to Veterans, Seniors, patients-in-need, and charitable organizations that include the American Cancer Society, Bosom Buddies, Ryan House, Climb to Conquer Cancer, and the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona. The company also operates a 501(c)(3) organization called Harvesting Hope, which was established in 2014 to provide a better quality of life for young children suffering from pediatric epilepsy. To date, Harvesting Hope has provided services to more than 100 families and their children, including guidance on cannabis use for seizure control, educational seminars and discussions, and introductions to medical specialists. Harvesting Hope has also raised money to send children to Camp Candlelight, a camp for children with epilepsy. For more information, visit Contacts

Modern Flower Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Modern Flower's headquarters?

    Modern Flower's headquarters is located at 1821 W. Baseline Road, Guadalupe.

  • What is Modern Flower's latest funding round?

    Modern Flower's latest funding round is Merger.

  • Who are the investors of Modern Flower?

    Investors of Modern Flower include Harvest.

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