Their latest report and chart illustrates a huge loss in sales over the past 3 weeks.

MJ Biz write….

Lost recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts stemming from forced store closures already could amount to $40 million among the state’s cannabis retailers, underscoring business owners’ need to be strategic about their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Massachusetts adult-use marijuana retailers, which were forced to close on March 24 by the governor, might be missing out on nearly $2 million in daily sales. 


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Data from the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission shows that during the period of Dec. 30, 2019-March 8, 2020, weekly sales averaged $12.6 million, or $1.8 million per day.

Chart: Forced store closures hit Massachusetts marijuana retailers to the tune of $2 million per day