If Seattle Can Have a Cannabis Farmers' Market Why Can't We?
SFoodie has always found shopping the farmers' market a powerful kind of therapy, hooking our hemp shopping bag over one shoulder, digging the gorgeous colors, and wallowing in the sensual luxury of sniffing herbs and flowers.
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For shoppers at Seattle's newly launched Cannabis Farmers' Market, that kind of retail therapy reached new heights yesterday.
Seattle's KOMO 4 reported Sunday on the launch of the monthly marijuana market in South Lake Union, a neighborhood in the heart of the city being converted into upscale condos and office parks. The Cannabis Farmers' Market lets medical marijuana patients browse a collection of weed vendors, reports KOMO 4 vendor Ray Lane:
With names like "Pineapple Express," "Kungfoo Goo," and "Stimulus," a wide variety of marijuana roped in a packed house at Seattle's first Farmers' Market for pot ... With a valid I.D. and the correct medical papers, patients could shop freely. Each gram goes for about $10 to $12.Tacoma, Wash., hosted the first Cannabis Farmers' Market last fall. It returns there next Sunday, then appears again in Seattle in late March. KOMO 4 reports that police know about the market, which is expected to grow as word gets, uh, passed around.