SAN FRANCISCO, July 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Green Exchange, Inc., the developer's of "Loud Cannabis" (www.tryloud.com), the world's first HIPAA compliant mobile app that connects marijuana growers directly to patients, announced today that they were featured on Fox News. And unlike some marijuana delivery services that have popped up, Loud Cannabis doesn't steal control of the patient from the dispensary or grower.
"This is a critical difference between us and other so-called delivery apps," Joshua Artman, Founder and CEO of The Green Exchange and developer of the Loud Cannabis app stated emphatically. "We are streamlining the distribution of cannabis by creating an online portal where growers and dispensaries can list their products, and patients can arrange for immediate delivery, from their own drivers."
The Loud Cannabis App was created to provide a safer and smarter alternative to other delivery apps.
"Because once you give the name of your customer to a 3rd party delivery service, you run the very real risk of never seeing that patient again," Artman said. "That's why we facilitate, but don't control or take over the process."
The news report stated that the Loud Cannabis App provides a digital storefront for medical marijuana businesses, allowing them to sell excess inventory to more people.
Moreover, for patients, Loud Cannabis acts as a web-based farmers market, allowing them to hand pick the specifically grown pot of their choice.
"People want to know the chain of growing, what happened to it in the process from seed to sale," Artman said. "We are the only 'Farm-to-Table' marijuana app, that is HIPAA compliant and doesn't take over control of the patient, making it a better alternative for patients, for growers, for collectives and dispensaries."
For more information, contact The Green Exchange at: 510-982-6052, or visit: www.tryloud.com
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