Washington: Cannabis Sales Exceed $1.1 Billion In 2017

Edibles are changing the marijuana marketplace

WASHINGTON:  Retail marijuana sales in Washington state exceeded one billion dollars during the first nine months of 2017, according to data compiled by the State Liquor and Cannabis Board. Retail sales now stand at record highs, with monthly sales exceeding $130 million – up from $106 million in February. Overall, year-to-date marijuana sales in Washington are $1,101,853,539. In Read the full article…

Washington Cannabis Sales Soar 40% On 4/20 Holiday

Mari Js Highway Pot Shop in Everett, WA got festive on 4/20

WASHINGTON: The April 4th “420” celebrations in Washington ignited retail sales yesterday across the state, according to data compiled by Seattle-based TetraTrak and published on its new MJTicker.com website. The unofficial stoner holiday saw many I-502 licensed pot shops offering special sales and promotions, which drove consumption of flower, edibles and concentrates, the business intelligence firm reports.  4/20 Read the full article…

New Survey: 69% Of Americans Think Marijuana Should Be Sold At The Pharmacy If Legalized

69% think marijuana should be sold at the pharmacy, 60% think marijuana should be sold in its own store, 39% think marijuana should be sold at the liquor store, 17% think marijuana should be sold in coffee shops, and 13% think marijuana should be sold at the supermarket

NEW YORK:  As America braces for its first hit of legalized recreational marijuana sales in Colorado and Washington on January 1st, a new nationwide survey conducted for TheStreet takes a look at how consumers think legal marijuana should be sold and distributed. More than half of Americans (53%) do not think the sale and possession of Read the full article…