The New Jersey Department of Health has given the go-ahead for the six permitted medical marijuana Alternative Treatment Centers to publicly list prices on their websites and social media accounts.
The DOH said the move was made in an effort to recognize that informed consumers are vital to a healthy marketplace.
“Medical marijuana patients should benefit from online price information just as shoppers do when they buy a car, a plane ticket or any other consumer goods. We hope that ATCs take this opportunity to communicate this information to patients. This is part of our ongoing effort to make the Medicinal Marijuana Program more consumer-friendly for patients and caregivers and less restrictive to ATCs,” Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal said in a release.