The German supermarket giant, Lidl, is planning to sell cannabis in their stores in Switzerland. The cannabis, which will be locally grown, and a gram and a half will cost around 15 Euros or a 3-gram bag for just over 16 Euros.
Croatia made the news earlier this year when it was announced that first cannabis treatment centre in Europe opened in April. The well-known Croatian wellness resort Terme Sveti Martin (Spa Resort Sveti Martin) in the Međimurje County is the first destination to introduce the first European Canabio centre, where preparations of medicinal cannabis will be used for regenerative purposes.
In Switzerland it is legal to sell cannabis, it has been so since 2011, for over 18s and as long as the cannabis has less than 1 percent THC.
Lidl commented that “The manufacturer relies on sustainable agriculture and refrains entirely from adding chemical, synthetic or genetically modified substances.”