MJ Biz reports

The average retail price for smokable recreational marijuana products in four Western states continued to increase throughout the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to record demand.

Retail flower prices in California, Colorado, Nevada and Washington state collectively grew 17%, with the price of pre-rolls also increasing 15%.

The retail data, provided by Seattle-based cannabis analytics company Headset, reflects the average item price for the past 90 days compared to the same period last year.

Retail prices for recreational marijuana flower rise in response to record demand amid pandemic