Combined medical and adult-use cannabis sales in Connecticut surpassed $25 million in September, setting a new monthly sales record in… Read More
Combined medical and adult-use cannabis sales in Connecticut surpassed $25 million in September, setting a new monthly sales record in the state, according to Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) data outlined by CT News Junkie. September also saw the lowest average product prices at $38.21 for medical cannabis and $38.37 for adult-use products.
The price per product was highest in January at $44.61 and has declined nearly every month since.
In all, adult-use sales totaled $14.3 million while medical cannabis sales neared $11 million. The majority of total sales – 52% – were flower, followed by vape products (30%) and edibles (11%).
Adult-use customers purchased 376,035 products in the month of September while medical cannabis patients purchased 284,116 products.
The September figures issued by DCP are considered preliminary and don’t account for sales tax collected at point-of-sale for adult-use products. Medical cannabis products are exempt from taxes.
In August, combined cannabis sales in the state totaled $25 million, which set the previous record, with $14 million in adult-use sales and $11 million in medical cannabis sales.