Washington Stores And Growers Contemplate Costs Of Medical Marijuana integration

Some patients may not bother signing up at shops because of backlash against the state registry, in which the state will keep a running list of patient names

By Sue Vorenberg Cannabis Daily Record Jim Mullen, COO of The Herbery, a small upscale chain of retail cannabis shops in Vancouver, Washington, scrunched his forehead as he contemplated the costs of adding services for medical marijuana patients to his line of store offerings. It’s not that he doesn’t want to serve medical patients – he does, Read the full article…

MJ Research Report: Washington Recreational Marijuana Sales Grow By More Than 20% In February

Retail sales grew at 22.2% from $12.7M in January to $15.52M February while Producer/Processor sales grew by 16.6% from $5.77M to $6.73M.  Both are great news for producer/processors sitting on surplus inventories left over from last fall’s big harvest and are indicators surplus inventories will continue to burn down over the coming months.

By Joe Armes WASHINGTON: Combined Producer, Processor and Retailer monthly sales in Washington State grew at its fastest rate since November, growing by 20.5% from $18.5M in January to $22.7M in February, a month with 3 fewer days. Retail sales grew at 22.2% from $12.7M in January to $15.52M February while Producer/Processor sales grew by 16.6% Read the full article…