Good Day Farm adds vapes from 40 Tons, pledges up to $15,000 to aid cause

Good Day Farm adds vapes from 40 Tons, pledges up to $15,000 to aid cause



A portion of sales from two new products at Good Day Farm dispensaries will benefit individuals who have been convicted of cannabis-related crimes, according to an announcement from Good Day Farm. 

Good Day Farm, the Arkansas cannabis company that operates a cultivation facility in Jefferson County and three dispensaries around the state, will be carrying two half-gram vape cartridges from 40 Tons, a California-based “social impact brand.” Good Day will donate a portion of the proceeds of the sales, up to $15,000, to support 40 Tons’ work in “restorative justice and rehabilitation for those previously incarcerated for cannabis offenses,” according to an email from Good Day Farm. 

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