Eaze is an online marketplace and technology platform that helps provide legal access to cannabis through safe and convenient delivery.
Our mission is to enhance safe access, educate people about cannabis as a tool for wellness, and drive smart cannabis policies.
Eaze is an online marketplace and technology platform that provides legal access to cannabis through safe and convenient delivery. Eaze technology helps local cannabis retailers run compliant on-demand delivery, and our online marketplace gives consumers a seamless e-commerce experience alongside information on product selection and safe consumption. In 2018, Eaze launched Eaze Wellness, a marketplace for hemp derived CBD products which ships to 43 states and the District of Columbia.
Eaze believes a successful, legal cannabis market can help address some of the biggest problems facing America and supports social and economic initiatives around key issues important to the cannabis community. From clearing criminal records to helping veterans to fighting for compassionate care, we work to embody the values of increasing access, supporting patients, and addressing harm caused by the War on Drugs.
Eaze could not exist without our retail and brand partners, who have created thousands of delivery, operational, and managerial jobs, and contribute millions in tax revenue.
Trust & Safety
Eaze educates consumers about cannabis products and sensible use while ensuring safe, dependable delivery. Prior to placing an order on Eaze’s platform, customers are required to provide valid proof of ID, then orders are routed to one of Eaze’s local, licensed retail partners. Eaze works exclusively with licensed, compliant partners, and all deliveries are made by background-checked retail partner employees, who verify the customer’s ID for a second time during delivery. Eaze strives to be a safe and to be a safe and trustworthy platform and we have a Code of Conduct to help ensure good experiences for customers, partners, and drivers.
The Eaze Insights program publishes original research to inform public policy debates around cannabis consumer demographics, behaviors, and the economics of the legal market.
“Perceptions On Driving Impairment” (August 2019)
“State of Cannabis 2018” (January 2019)
“The High Price of Illegal Cannabis” (August 2018)
“State of Cannabis 2017” (January 2018)
“State of Cannabis 2016” (February 2017)
“Cannabis Voter Preferences” (October 2016)