Set of Values
To inspire hope and contribute to health and wellness by providing the best care to every patient through alternative treatments, patient education, support and research.
Serving our patients and customers professionally with the utmost care and with sensitivity to their individual needs.
Playing an active role in giving back by participating in partnerships and programs that support initiatives and provide a lasting impact.
Ensuring our cardholders and customers have access to safe, high-quality products in a secure, positive and comfortable environment.
Providing the latest information to help patients better understand how to responsibly and effectively use marijuana.
Maintaining transparency at all levels, whether with members, management, employees, patients, patrons, community, or government.
Mint Cannabis is a national, multi-state operator, cultivator, and innovator headquartered in Guadalupe, Arizona. Its parent company, Brightroot Inc., was founded in 2016. Serving medical cardholders and adult-use customers ages 21+, the Mint operates a highly respected nationwide network of state-of the-art retail locations, manufacturing and extraction laboratories, with cultivation centers across the U.S.
The company’s headquarters features a 12,000-square-foot flagship store, which is the largest in Arizona and the third largest in the nation. The Mint continues to expand it’s brand across the country with retail, cultivation and processing locations in Michigan, Massachusetts and Missouri, with plans to enter new markets.
The Mint was recently named “Most Innovative Medical Cannabis Dispensary” by the international Commercial Cannabis Awards. Known for introducing new conveniences, the Mint launched the nation’s first cannabis kitchen in 2018, a high-tech grow in 2019, a drive-thru in 2020, online service in 2021, and a shuttle service in 2022.
To celebrate National Lottery Day this Sunday, July 17, operator of Arizona’s largest dispensary will exchange a pre-rolled joint for Mega Million tickets or Powerball
By Raul Molina, Co-Founder and COO of Mint Cannabis When Prop. 207 passed during the 2020 election, Arizonans wondered how the state would be impacted