I have a buddy who operates a successful lunch and lunch restaurant in our downtown area.
She started with a single food sit years ago selling sandwiches and hot pets to hungry patrons walking the streets.
She got so popular that she was asked to move her location closer to a big financial hub where investment bankers on their lunch breaks were her official purchasers most days. My buddy was smart back then and knew that she should start saving currency to expand. The next logical step was evolving into a food truck. But after the venture proved to be so popular that she had lines circling around the block, she wondered if she should look into opening a restaurant. Through this process, her menu slowly evolved as the company evolved. She gave more meal items and products as she expanded and grew. My favorite cannabis dispensary has followed the same strategy with their own expansive and fluid product menu. When they started offering concentrate products, all they carried was distillate oil and shatter. Now their cannabis product menu also features crumble, wax, and live rosin. Before they only had 4 or more than four strains at most available for flower jars, but now they rotate 15 strange strains throughout the year. It’s nice to see a quality cannabis dispensary evolve into a extreme competitor in our growing medical cannabis market. I usually purchase a few grams of live rosin and a jar or 2 of cannabis flower buds whenever I make a stop there. Since I’m Veteran, I get 20% off on every single order.