Cannabis retailer Superette is partnering with DoorDash Canada to provide cannabis pickup in Toronto, in a development that marks DoorDash’s first foray into cannabis.
This partnership will bring Superette’s in-store shopping experience onto the DoorDash app and give consumers access to curated menus and special collections, the companies said in an April 25 news release.
Drummond Munro, co-founder and chief brand officer for Superette, said the partnership with DoorDash would “continue to transform how consumers engage with cannabis.”
Customers are age-gated, the news release said, so only those customers who confirm that they are aged 19 and older can view cannabis retail store information, cannabis products, or anything related to cannabis. Superette will verify IDs and strictly enforce maximum possession amount at the store during pickup.
Superette is headquartered in Toronto, and has five locations in the city.