The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection released data showing that the amount of medical marijuana sold in the state exceeds the amount of recreational cannabis sold. The state launched recreational sales on January 10th and sold over twelve million dollars of adult-use cannabis between then and the end of February. Medical marijuana sales during the same time period reached a total of nineteen million dollars. At the same time, medical patients have been frustrated with supply issues and fewer product offerings since adult-use sales started. In the month of February, medical marijuana patients purchased 316,644 products, and adult-use consumers purchased 168,565. The average product price for Medical Marijuana patients was $36.11 in February, while the average price of adult-use products was $41.82.
Find the full story from the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection website here: https://portal.ct.gov/DCP/News-Releases-from-the-Department-of-Consumer-Protection/2023-News-Releases/Consumer-Protection-Releases-February-Cannabis-Sales-Data