” src=” /wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Arizona.jpg “alt=” Arizona Marijuana Sales “width=” 715″ height= “383″/ > BDS Analytics just added Arizona to their data tracking of the U.S. cannabis market. Their analytics primarily track dispensary sales for such things as item types, amounts, and prices.
With over 170,000 registered medical cannabis clients and $450 million in sales in 2017, Arizona’s medical cannabis market is one of the strongest in the nation and growing gradually, including an 84% increase in sales for Q1 2018 year-over-year, up to $159.8 million, < a href=" https://bdsanalytics.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/StateoftheStateInfographic_AZ__.pdf" target=" _ blank" rel=
” noopener” > BDS Analytics reported. Their information for 2018 reveals:
Sales at medical dispensaries in Arizona were $56 million in Might 2018, a decrease of less than 1% from April. Nevertheless, sales increased by 72% from the previous Might.
Loose flower/bud contributed 46% of sales income for the month with $25.5 million in sales (largest classification).
Vape items commanded $15.2 million in May sales, a 74% share of the Arizona focuses market, and 27% share of all sales.
At $6 million, sales of edibles contributed 11% of overall marijuana sales in May. (A 3% boost in sales for the classification from April.).
Unlike a lot of other states, sales of infused foods, which include brownies and cookies, exceeded chocolates. Infused foods made 3x the revenue of chocolates.
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