Plainfield-based Queen City Cannabis cuts ribbon on 132K sq. ft. cannabis supply facility

It was a 4/20 celebration like no other. This past Saturday, New Jersey’s cannabis landscape was transformed. Plainfield-based Queen City Cannabis cut the ribbon on the largest cannabis supply facility in the state. Located in the historic Old MAC truck building in Plainfield, at 1355 W. Front St., the operation extends over 132,000 square feet, promising unprecedented scale and innovation in regional cannabis supply.

Originating from the fiercely competitive market of California, QCC’s partner, Clade9, has brought its celebrated expertise and a track record of excellence to the Garden State. Since its inception in South Central Los Angeles in 2018, Clade9 has earned widespread acclaim for its superior product quality and innovation. With its arrival in New Jersey, Clade9 is excited to introduce exclusive products previously unavailable in the local market.

The event showcased the launch of one of the most anticipated independent cultivation facilities in the state of New Jersey and featured speeches from key figures, including Plainfield Mayor Adrian O. Mapp, Economic Development Director Zenobia Fields and QCC Principals Kurt Parra and Rich Fryling.

The ceremony also offered insightful perspectives on the impact and future of the cannabis industry through the lens of innovation, community engagement and economic growth.