First Cannabis Retail & Manufacturing Licenses Issued In New Mexico

The land of enchantment is underway

The Cannabis Control Division of the Regulation and Licensing Department Wednesday announced that they had issued the first new cannabis retail and manufacturing licenses under the Cannabis Regulation Act, creating jobs and bringing the state another step closer to the successful launch of adult-use cannabis sales by April 1.

“With each day New Mexico’s adult-use cannabis industry is growing,” Cannabis Control Division Director Kristen Thomson said. “Bringing manufacturers and retailers online is an important milestone that allows more businesses, entrepreneurs and communities to maximize the economic opportunities adult-use cannabis sales will provide. These three licensees alone plan to hire nearly 130 full- and part-time workers.”

The first retail licenses went to a pair of Albuquerque based businesses, Enchanted Botanicals and Dulce Cannabis.

Enchanted Botanicals, owned and founded by two brothers from Albuquerque, plans two locations in the city, one in Nob Hill and one at San Mateo and Menaul. They also expect to engage 20 construction workers as they set up shop and plan to ultimately have 60 employees at a total of seven locations.

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