A Connecticut-based cannabis company plans to open a Columbia County low-THC-oil dispensary by spring 2024.
Fine Fettle Georgia announced this week that it received a provisional license from the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission “to begin growing and selling the medication to prescribed patients across the state,” the company said in a news release.
The company “has also secured dispensary real estate across the state and will soon begin construction” on stores statewide, according to Fine Fettle.
Evans is one the proposed locations list with Athens, Smyrna, Decatur and Peachtree Corners.
“Between our production facility and first five dispensary locations, we will create over 125 jobs across the state within six months,” Fine Fettle Georgia CEO Jeremy Fort.