Cannabis sales in Colorado eclipsed a record $2 billion in 2020, state records show. According to the Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED), adult-use cannabis shops throughout the Centennial State raked in nearly $1.6 billion year-to-date through November. Meanwhile, medical marijuana dispensaries sold more than $405 million worth of products during the 11-month period.
Adult-use dispensaries in Colorado sold more than $1.1 billion worth of cannabis products through the first eight months of the year but sales dipped slightly in August, recent data shows. According to the Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED), recreational marijuana sales in The Centennial State eclipsed $176.5 million in August, down from $183 million in July.
Cannabis sales in Colorado and Illinois reached record highs in July and August, data from both states reveals. According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, adult-use cannabis sales eclipsed $183 million in July and $954 million year-to-date.
Colorado cannabis retailers sold a record $192 million worth of marijuana in May, according to data from the Department of Revenue’s Marijuana Enforcement Division. By comparison, $143 million worth of cannabis was sold last May, state records show.