Pot sales stagnate after initial coronavirus-related spike

  • BOULDER After retail cannabis sales spiked in mid-March amid fears that the coronavirus would shutter dispensaries, pot shop revenues have nosedived over the past two weeks.
  • Colorado dispensaries had their busiest day March 23 when Denver briefly flirted with the idea of closing certain types of businesses, which led to a rush on pot shops and liquor stores.
  • We have to consider the fact that consumers who would previously shop in stores are now having to utilize pickup and delivery.

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