Cannabis Control Commission approves first marijuana delivery license in state

TAUNTON, Mass. — The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission [CCC] approved the state’s first marijuana delivery license on Friday, authorizing the Taunton-based Freshly Baked Company to deliver marijuana.

Freshly Baked can begin delivering their product as of June 1, the commission said.

“Freshly Baked Company is a Social Equity Program Participant and Veteran-Owned Microbusiness with a Delivery Endorsement, and is the first licensee to receive authorization to start conducting delivery service in the Commonwealth,” the CCC said on Twitter Friday.

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