Ascend Wellness launches Miss Grass products in its dispensaries in N.J. (SLIDESHOW)

Women-founded, community-first cannabis brand is now available in Rochelle Park, Montclair, Fort Lee

Ascend Wellness Holdings, a multistate, vertically integrated cannabis operator, on Tuesday announced that Miss Grass products are now available at its three New Jersey locations, in Rochelle Park, Montclair and Fort Lee.

Miss Grass and AWH expanded their multistate partnership to New Jersey following successful launches in Massachusetts and Illinois earlier this year.

An Ascend Miss Grass product display.

Beginning last month, Miss Grass’ popular Minis collection became available in all New Jersey Ascend dispensaries. Miss Grass Minis come in packs of five 0.4g prerolls in three color-coded, carefully selected strains. Miss Grass’ signature Minis include Fast Times (blood orange; Sativa dominant; Bloom + Play), Quiet Times (sapphire blue; Indica dominant; Restore + Anchor) and All Times (lilac purple; hybrid; Harmony + Flow). All Miss Grass strains are consistent in terpene and cannabinoid profiles, ensuring that consumers can expect a consistent experience no matter where they purchase the brand.

“Miss Grass products are an exceptional addition to Ascend offerings in the Garden State as we roll out their beloved, sought-after Minis collection. I am confident that New Jersey patients and consumers of all preferences and experience levels will embrace this essential community-led brand as it continues to plant its roots in the East,” Brian Miesieski, chief brand officer of Ascend Wellness Holdings, stated.

“As a proud New Jersey native, launching with Ascend in my home state is an especially significant moment for myself and for Miss Grass,” Kate Miller, co-founder and CEO of Miss Grass, said. “My relationship with cannabis began in Jersey, where I not only grew to love the plant but also learned of the severe impact of prohibition and stigma. Now, my cannabis journey comes full circle, and I cannot wait to share Miss Grass with the state I call home.”