Colorado Cannabis Sales Were Down In September

Despite the slump, Colorado is still on pace to outsell 2020

Colorado marijuana sales continued to slump during September, according to the latest data from the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR).

Overall, Colorado sold $181 million of marijuana in September, the lowest amount the state has sold since February, CDOR data shows. September was also the third month of declining sales, representing a nearly 6% drop when compared to August sales.

More than $150 million of the state’s $181 million total for September came from recreational sales. Denver County accounted for nearly one-third of the total recreational sales at $39.6 million.

Medical marijuana sales totaled $30.3 million, the lowest sales total since February 2020 when the state sold just over $26 million.

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