Pot sales stagnate after initial COVID-19 spike | Greeley Tribune
Posted On April 4, 2020
- Around $36.4 million of recreational marijuana was sold this January compared to about $14.69 million sold the same month last year.
- cannabis sales spiked in mid-March amid fears that the coronavirus would shutter dispensaries
- We’ve seen these big spikes, but the declines [that followed days later] actually result in fairly consistent March sales compared to the prior year, said Jessica Lukas, senior vice president of commercial development at BDS Analytics, during a webinar Friday with consumer packaged goods analysts.
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