Lollipop Cannabis Unveils Its New Bangkok Outlet

Lollipop Cannabis Unveils Its New Bangkok Outlet

Bringing safe and effective cannabis and hemp products to customers in Southeast Asia

Lollipop Cannabis has announced the grand opening of its new premium-quality outlet in Bangkok. The outlet welcomed the first customers to experience the most developed variety of cannabis and hemp products available on March 4, 2023.

"Our new outlet represents a major milestone for Lollipop Cannabis as we continue to expand our operations in Southeast Asia," said the company’s managing director. "We are proud to showcase our dedication to quality and customer satisfaction, and we want to thank everyone who attended our grand opening and made it such a memorable experience. Our team is excited to provide high-quality, safe, and effective cannabis and hemp products to our customers, including Cannabis 101 program, and we look forward to serving the community for many years to come."

As the leading cannabis farm in Thailand, Lollipop Cannabis is committed to providing the highest quality products to customers. With the opening of the new outlet, it has created a space where customers can experience the Lollipop difference first-hand. Everyone is invited to come and see for yourself and discover why we are the premier cannabis provider in the region.

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