International Cannabis Brand Cookies widens Global footprint in Thailand


With the establishment of its first dispensary in the area on Saturday, Jan. 21, international cannabis brand Cookies today announced its entry into Thailand's cannabis industry. The opening of Cookies Thailand, which is situated in the renowned international city of Bangkok for its food, music, art, and culture, represents a significant milestone for the company as it expands into a sixth nation and opens its 58th location worldwide.

"The fact that my first time going to Asia is to open up a Cookies store is not something I could have ever imagined and really special," said Berner, Co-Founder and CEO of Cookies. "This store is beautiful and we are grateful for our partners on the ground in Thailand who helped make this possible. Thailand is an incredibly unique place full of incredible culture and opening up a Cookies store with the support of the country of Thailand, I am grateful for. I hope Bangkok is ready for an exclusive menu of fire genetics. I can't wait to open doors on a new continent on Saturday, 1/21/23!"

The 500-square-foot pharmacy will have a beautifully designed ambience with Thai-inspired wall paintings with a blessing from Thai Buddhist monks to commemorate the Southeast Asian nation's diverse culture. Cookies' renowned cultivars and goods will be for sale, together with exclusive Cookies SF clothes and accessories, including local reserve goods peculiar to Thailand, at the first dispensary in Asia with a credit card machine.

“Cookies Thailand evolved organically as my relationship with Berner has for over 20 years,” said Josh Schmidt, Vice President of Natura and Co-Founder of California edibles brand Dee Thai. “Driven by the right intention, while honoring Thai culture and ethos, Cookies Thailand brings our friendship full circle, bonding my two loves—cannabis and Thailand.”

On Saturday, January 21 at 11 a.m., Cookies will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Berner and special guests, which will be followed by a meet-and-greet with Berner. Visitors to the event will have the chance to take pictures in front of a Tuk Tuk with the Cookies logo on it.

Visitors wishing to enter Cookies Thailand must be at least 20 years old, possess a current Thai National ID or valid passport, and not be pregnant in compliance with local rules. To RSVP for the grand opening, click here.

Cookies At 51/ 2 Soi Ruamrudee, Lumpinee, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, you may find Thailand. Visit to learn more.

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