Cannabis oil processor continues to grow, moves into Arizona

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Cura Partners expands its national footprint

According to a press release from yesterday, Cura Partners is expanding. The marijuana company, known for its Select Oil and Select CBD brands, has opened a new operation in Arizona and has chosen Phoenix as its headquarters.

This past October, Cura Partners began offering its Weekender and Select Elite vape pens to certain dispensaries in the state. It has also begun to distribute its Select CBD products to the dispensaries, as well as to a few retail outlets. Based on the positive response, the company pushed forward with its expansion and now employs 30 staff members in the state. By the middle of next year, it hopes to have at least 75 employees in Arizona.

Adam Pressler, who was tapped to the general manager for Cura Arizona, said “We look forward to working with the Arizona medical marijuana community. While we are just kicking off our production in Arizona, we have already found it to be a positive experience for our team and our colleagues. This is an emerging industry that is growing rapidly, we are thrilled to help pave the way for everyone in Arizona’s medical marijuana community.”

Cura now has operations in four states – Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and California. It was deemed “the fastest-growing private company in the state’s history” by the Portland Business Journal in Oregon and is ranked 45 on Inc. magazine’s list of 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the U.S.

Cura’s Select products are now available at more than 40 stores in Arizona, including Curaleaf, Sky Dispensaries, Nature’s Medicines, Harvest, and more. The Select line has products with no THC – its CBD line – to products with 90% THC through its Elect Elite vape pen line.