Of course there's a company offering farm-to-table weed delivery.

Of course there's a company offering farm-to-table weed delivery.
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Just as infinite monkeys with infinite typewriters will inevitably produce the works of William Shakespeare, infinite startups with infinite angel investors will inevitably make an app for everything. Yelp for people? Yup. A bizarre potato that sits on your desktop and gives you encouragement? Yup. And now, 30-minute farm-to-table weed delivery from a company called Flow Kana.

Of course there's a company offering farm-to-table weed delivery.
Of COURSE it arrives in a mason jar. That's actually a legal requirement for all farm-to-table goods.

The website has a bunch of startup-y language that feels just slightly off, like: "All of our cannabis is nourished by the sun, moon and stars; the way nature intended," which makes me suddenly feel like I don't understand either how stars work or how weed works. But Flow Kana's values are in the right place, even if it's all a bit twee: sustainably produced "boutique strain" weed, grown by farmers who are paid a good wage.

Of course there's a company offering farm-to-table weed delivery.
The bad news: your phone wants to stay and hang out after you order.

Refinery 29 has a tale of actually using Flow Kana. The weed arrived in 30 minutes as promised, with the driver's location trackable in-app like you're watching your Lyft or Uber arrive, except I assume you see a cutesy hand-drawn pot leaf moving along the city streets. If it's not already obvious from reading terms like "farm-to-table," "app," and "weed," Flow Kana is currently only available in the San Francisco area, but they are eventually hoping to expand the business — and YOUR MIND.

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