Menu at dispensary provides plenty of information

I like it when a steakhouse or a diner has a digital menu on the wall.

I was happy when all of the chain restaurants in my local area switched to LED screen menus.

Not only am I able to read the items on the menu much easier, but they can also provide more information. These types of menus typically include the calories for each item. They indicate whether the options are vegetarian. The digital alternatives offer benefits beyond the limitations of physical menus. The more information included on a conventional menu, the smaller the font has to be. Since my eyesight isn’t the greatest, this can be a problem. I don’t always remember to bring my prescription glasses with me. I also prefer not to handle a physical menu as I can never be sure of how clean it is. The local cannabis dispensary I frequent has used a screen digital display since their beginning. It’s very easy to read and see what is offered on the weekly deals. They list new options and brief descriptions regarding THC content and terpenes. There are separate displays pertaining to loose flower, tinctures, concentrates, vapes and topicals. There is an extensive selection of edibles, from brownies and cookies to cannabis infused cooking oils and pasta sauces. I like that I am able to read the menu and make my selections without needed assistance. When I get up to the counter, I don’t need to waste the budtenders time asking a bunch of questions. Nearly everything I might want to know is supplied on the menu. Every now and then, I will ask the budtender for their opinions and recommendations. They are extremely knowledgeable and helpful.


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