Developers plan to deliver marijuana via smartphone app

Q13 FOX News

SEATTLE — Are you looking for pot? There’s an app for that.

canaryappA pair of UW students hope their new smartphone app will do for marijuana what Uber has done for ride shares in Seattle by delivering weed to your front door.

The app is called Canary and the developers hope to get their business off the ground by the end of the year.

But other business owners who already have a license to grow and process marijuana legally worry that illegal delivery services are going to undercut their profits.

Business is blooming at Sea of Green Farms. Room after room is filled with pot plants at Seattle’s first licensed marijuana grow operation.

“We should have our first product probably when our first retailers get their license,” said Philip Tobias with Sea of Green Farms.

But ever since marijuana was legalized, entrepreneurs are flooding the market with new ideas. But…

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