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Colorado reaches $1 billion in marijuana sales in record time

13 Oct Colorado reaches $1 billion in marijuana sales in record time

Despite falling cannabis prices and other U.S. states legalizing recreational marijuana, it took Colorado just eight months to reach $1 billion in retail MJ sales in 2017 – a record clip for the state. In 2016, by contrast, it took Colorado 10 months to hit the $1 billion sales mark. The Denver Post reported that Colorado marijuana retailers had amassed $1.02 billion in combined recreational and medical marijuana sales through August. In August itself, sales of flower, edibles, concentrates and accessories totaled nearly $137 million. While Colorado has one of the oldest regulated cannabis markets in ... Colorado reaches $1 billion in marijuana sales in record time is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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