Marijuana Industry Statistics, Data and Charts


Chart: Cannabis delivery companies adapt strategy to focus on increasing participation by women

As cannabis acceptance becomes widespread, consumer demographics have shifted to include more women, impacting methods used by businesses to reach their target audience. San Francisco-based Eaze, an online cannabis marketplace and home delivery service, reported the number of women participating on its platform increased 81% between 2018 and 2019. That brings the company’s total proportion […]

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Medical cannabis flower imported into Germany doubles again in 2019, confirming strong growth

Germany imported 6,714 kilograms (14,802 pounds) of medical cannabis flower, primarily for pharmacy dispensing in 2019, according to fresh data from the nation’s medical regulatory agency. That’s more than double the total for 2018, when about 3 metric tons were imported. Data from the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) confirms the strong […]

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Australia says over-the-counter CBD sales ‘could be considered during 2020’

A review of cannabidiol products being undertaken by Australian health authorities could result in the relaxation of the scheduling status of CBD, potentially making it available over the counter in low doses. In a public submission to a Senate committee studying Australia’s medical cannabis access scheme, the Department of Health said the Therapeutic Goods Administration […]

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Chart: Good – not great – first year of medical cannabis sales in Ohio

Ohio’s medical marijuana industry pulled in nearly $60 million in its first year of sales, with increased access to dispensaries and falling prices making up for the market’s sluggish start. Roughly 50% of the state’s total medical marijuana sales came in the last quarter of 2019, but it wasn’t enough to drive sales to the heights […]

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British Columbia cannabis tax revenue set to soar, adding to pressure for local revenue-sharing deal

British Columbia’s monthly share of the federal tax on cannabis rebounded 62% to 781,000 Canadian dollars ($600,000) for August after falling below CA$300,000 in July for only the second time since legalization. According to new data provided by the province, B.C. received CA$7.2 million in shared tax revenue from Ottawa between October 2018 and August […]

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Will Horgan deliver for cannabis sector in 2020? Experts offer policy ideas for British Columbia’s premier

British Columbia has thus far failed to transition much of the thriving noncompliant cannabis market into the regulated fold. The province’s dismal sales through legal channels reached only 12 million Canadian dollars ($9 million) in August, suggesting something is not quite right with the province’s approach to cannabis policy. Indeed, while British Columbia has opened the […]

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Some Illinois adult-use marijuana shops close due to product shortages, high demand that totaled $11M in sales in first week

Illinois cannabis shops have had approximately a week to sell recreational marijuana since the state began allowing it Jan. 1, and demand has proven so extreme that – despite enjoying about $11 million in early sales – some retailers have cut off adult-use customers temporarily in order to conserve inventory. “The demand in Illinois is every […]

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