Cannabis strains from the popular brand Cookies are going to reach the East Coast through a new partnership with CommCan, a dispensary with locations in Millis and Southborough.

Cookies, founded in 2008 by Gilbert Milam Jr., a Bay Area rapper and entrepreneur known as Berner, and Jai Chang, a Bay Area breeder and cultivator, is among the most well-known names in cannabis. California-based Cookies has locations on West Coast, in addition to retail stores in Colorado and Oklahoma.

Now, CommCan is slated to become the cultivation, manufacturing and distribution partner for Cookies throughout Massachusetts as the brand officially launches on the East Coast, the company said in a statement.

“As Cookies continues to expand, I focus on cherry-picking the best operators in each state,” said Berner. “We want a long term partner that is just as passionate about our genetics as we are, understands all parts of our operation, and most importantly, one we can trust to deliver quality products consistently, to the market. CommCan is the best partner for us in Massachusetts and we are fortunate to be bringing Cookies to the East Coast.” Berner, CEO & Founder of Cookies

CommCan CEO Marc Rosenfeld holds up a Cookies brand bag. Photo courtesy of CommCan

Cookies will be available starting at 10 a.m. on May 5 at CommCan’s co-located recreational and medical dispensary in Millis and medical-only dispensary in Southborough. They will launch with 10 strains.

This summer, CommCan plans to open another recreational dispensary in Rehoboth. The company is family-owned founded by Ellen, Jon and Marc Rosenfeld.

“Earning the trust and respect of Berner and his team is a validation of everything we have spent the last six years building here. We are a family business, and we couldn’t be prouder to be a part of the Cookies family now as well,” said CEO Marc Rosenfeld.

In addition to iconic Cookies strains, the partnership will also bring other Cookies brands, like Lemonnade, Runtz, Minntz, Grandiflora, Powerzzzup Genetics, Run The Jewels and Collins Ave, to Massachusetts.