In the exhibits filed by Joe Redners attorneys in the lawsuit filed to recognize his right to cultivate cannabis at home, there is a little memo that stands out. In an email exchange between Mr. Redner and Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve, we see that Trulieve has already filed an amendment with the department of health seeking permission to sell live plants.
The stark contrast between companies in Florida is growing more apparent by the day. Within a span of a week we saw Surterra Wellness CEO, Jake Bergman declare that Surterra won’t sell un consistent products like flower, thereby restricting patient access. In that same timeframe we have seen Trulieve release many more products, including whole flower, and Trulieve filed an amendment to provide a way for people to grow their own cannabis