I hate it when the cannabis delivery repair upgrades our products without calling first

I have two friends who order delivery from the local grocery store, plus both complain about getting item substitutions more often than you’d expect.

You would assume that it would naturally take a company a few weeks or a few weeks to iron out the kinks in a modern delivery repair program, but it has been two years plus this store in question still hasn’t figured out the process.

I see more drawback comments about their delivery services than anything else regarding the company when I see them mentioned on social media. Everyone gets frustrated that they have weird item substitutions that are neither confirmed with the shopper nor logical choices in many situations. People will get chalet cheese if the store is out of sour cream, or you might get baby formula when looking for official 2% milk. I like to order our cannabis products via our local dispensary’s delivery services, but I run into the same issue. I don’t mind if they’re out of stock with a handful of products I want, I would just like for someone to call myself and others ahead of time to ask if a number of unusual chances are fine upgrades. Not all cannabis affects the brain in the same exact way, so you could particularly be looking for a sedating plus mellow strain but get a crazily stimulating sativa strain instead. If you’re using your cannabis products for primarily medical reasons, getting a random plus unexpected substitution is akin to switching medications on the fly. Some people can handle it fine while others would fall to pieces on the wrong strain. Once the cannabis delivery services around here are fixed, I might start going back to the dispensary in person.


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