BC Chronic Bud and Servicing the Cannabis Community Needs

 

How one MoM is helping to ease growing Cannabis demand during pandemic

 

When it rains, it pours.

That’s the adage surrounding bad luck and it wouldn’t be inaccurate to perceive the Canadian Cannabis market with the same lenses. With a lot of promises and potential, the industry’s legalization was a long reprieve for cannabis activists and medical patients looking for alternative medicines. However, like much of what the government does, they took something that Canadian citizens we’re looking forward to, legalized it, and proceeded to just butcher the execution. From day one, there we’re widespread reports of shortages and scarcity, supply chains weren’t properly establish, confusions between private and public retailers, disgusting delivery times and environmentally unfriendly packaging (aren’t Canadians plastic conscious?). To the untrained eye, these seem business as usual. To the Canadian cannabis consumer, it’s a complete failure to launch – at least properly. On top of the poor roll out of the program, the WHO declares a global pandemic and businesses are forced to close. It’s likely for this reason that people have established a love-hate relationship with on-the-ground cannabis retailers. It’s easy to feel like you’re paying an arm and a leg for product that lacks the quality you’re used to. That’s where companies like BC Chronic Bud comes into play. From day one, mail order marijuana (MoM’s) businesses like ours would play a pivotal role in mitigating the government programs that were rushed through. MoM’s have been there to support the community before 2018 and will continue to be a direct contender with physical retail locations in the future. In more ways than one!

A Stand Out Business

Mail order marijuana businesses offer what government stores simply can’t: a wider range of alternative products and flexible price point. Larger retailers are usually stuck raising their prices to cover a plethora of costs such as labour, transport, staff, rental space and much more. These issues really impact the operational consistency which has been, well, less than consistent. BC Chronic Bud is in direct competition with these stores because we offer products and prices that are hard to beat at offline retailers. We deliver across the country and there are no long line ups to get our product. You can take as little or as much time as your want you won’t feel rushed into making a selection – and trust us, we have a great selection! With items like extracts, edibles, tinctures and shroom capsules, you’ll be left wondering why you lined up at the store when you could have stayed at home this entire time, It’s been nearly two years since legalization, and while it doesn’t look like the cannabis market is failing, (Canada earned $18 million in revenue for 2018 and estimates $66 Million for 2019) the consumers have been quite vocal about the quality of the product and service their getting. Why pay exorbitant, marked-up prices for dry, half a year-old cannabis when you can get dank, aromatically pungent and fresh cannabis from a MoM? Do yourself a favour, avoid the lines, avoid the poor-quality product and inflated prices and stick with what you know works. Stick with BC Chronic Bud.

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