Green Meadows Launches General’s Aide, Its First Line of Home-Processed Cannabis Products

By Bob Patton, MARIJUANA TIMES

Green Meadows, a cannabis company based in the heart of Southbridge, Mass., has launched General’s Aide, its first line of cannabis products manufactured in-house. The General’s Aide product line was created to provide consumers with quality products that are made responsibly and support the veteran community.

A percentage of proceeds from every General’s Aide purchase is donated to a veterans-focused charity selected by Green Meadows, such as Folds of Honor, Operation Troop Support, and Disabled American Veterans. General’s Aide products are the result of partnerships with premier, like-minded cultivators across the state, which are then expertly processed in Green Meadows’ 35,000-square-foot cannabis production facility that sits in the same restored 19th century mill building as the dispensary.

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Green Meadows was originally a produce farm established on land purchased by George S. Patton in 1928. The Patton family continues to honor the General’s legacy through its commitment to diversity employment and to helping veterans and their families cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, social isolation, and pain-related issues.

General George S. Patton Jr. in Tunisia, 1943
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