A former bank has been turned into a drive-thru CBD dispensary in Battleboro, Vermont, the Battleboro Reformer reports.

Ceres Natural Remedies opened for business in early November, offering convenient access to CBD-only products.

“We are constantly looking for ways to make the buying experience more convenient while still maintaining the same quality of service to our customers, many of whom have debilitating health issues that make getting around harder. We think this will set a new standard for delivery in our industry here in Vermont and throughout New England in the future.” — Shayne Lynn, Ceres Natural Remedies and Southern Vermont Wellness CEO, via the Reformer

While currently anyone 18 and older can purchase CBD products, Southern Vermont Wellness hopes to be able to provide THC products through a similar drive-thru experience for registered medical cannabis patients in the future as well. Registered patients will be able to order THC products online and then pick them up at the drive-thru window through the soon-to-be-deployed system.

All the products currently for sale are hemp-based, with many using hemp grown locally by the Mettawee Valley Hemp Company. The products range from edibles to capsules, oils, vapes, and pet treats.

Cannabis is legal in Vermont for medical and adult-use purposes, but there is not — and there are not currently plans for — a taxed-and-regulated commercial market for recreational cannabis products.