Rami Levy’s pact with grower Together comes as Israeli marijuana market poised for takeoff. Reports Haaretz
Israel’s discount supermarket king Rami Levy is planning to do for medical marijuana what he did for fresh chicken and, in the future, add cannabis as a consumer product too.
Under a memorandum of understanding signed this week with the cannabis company Together, his Good Pharm chain of 28 drug stores will begin selling medical marijuana at discounted prices. In an interview with TheMarker, Good Pharm’s co-founder Adam Friedler and Together CEO Nissim Bracha promised a price revolution ahead for the more than 74,000 Israelis with doctors’ approval to use cannabis.