Product batches tested has dropped by 20% between April and June
The number of marijuana product batches undergoing laboratory testing in California has dipped in recent months, sparking worries among some industry officials over the health of the state’s cannabis market and the possibility that product supply is dwindling.
But several insiders also were careful to note it’s too early to reach any conclusions based on the test results, saying the legal market may just be undergoing regular seasonal fluctuation.
According to a Marijuana Business Daily analysis of testing lab reports from the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) – which began issuing the reports last October – the number of product batches tested has dropped by 20% between April and June.
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