Montana adult-use marijuana sales top $15.8 million in March

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Sales in Montana’s new adult-use recreational marijuana market surpassed $15.8 million in March, up from $13 million for the previous month.

According to data from the Montana Department of Revenue, the state tallied $15,861,516 in recreational cannabis sales in March and $9,872,283 in medical marijuana sales.

That brought sales since the adult-use market launched Jan. 1 to $43,537,110 for recreational marijuana and $29,373,731 for MMJ – a total of nearly $73 million.

Average daily sales for recreational marijuana in Montana increased each of the first three months since the market launch.

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Medical marijuana sales decreased in March after increasing slightly from January to February, Helena TV station KTVH reported.

Montana recreational marijuana sales could total $90 million this year, the MJBiz Factbook predicts, and could grow to $325 million by 2025.