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June 17, 2020

The Rosenfeld family's Millis marijuana business set to triple production, hire 50 employees

Photo | Courtesy of CommCan Siblings (from left) Jon, Ellen & Marc Rosenfeld own the CommCan marijuana dispensary in Millis.

The Commonwealth Cannabis Company of Millis, known colloquially as CommCan, plans to triple its cannabis production in the coming months and hire 50 new employees as it expands into the second floor of its Medway grow facility, the company announced on Wednesday.

Despite the two-month adult-use cannabis industry shutdown in Mass., the company continued to grow as medical sales increased, according to the announcement. 

"It’s been truly amazing considering that many other marijuana companies furloughed their employees and reduced their hours of operation," said Ellen Rosenfeld, who co-owns CommCan with her brothers Marc and Jon Rosenfeld, in a statement. "We have managed to grow our business and continue this expansion right through the pandemic."

CommCan plans to request its occupancy permit in July, with the goal of planting new seeds in the expanded facility come August. The company already employs 90 people and has made its ties to the Central Mass. community a key tenet of its brand in an industry dominated by large cannabis conglomerates. 

The company's 60,000-square-foot cultivation facility is located in Medway, and CommCan also operates a medical dispensary in Southborough, as well as a co-located medical and adult-use dispensary in Millis.

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