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Canadian Market Projected Growth

  Marijuana for Trauma has one of the largest networks of cannabis clinics in Canada, representing more than 6% of all Canadian medical patients through the Knalysis software platform. Knalysis data indicates that prescription amounts are slightly higher for men than women. While prescription volumes may be similar, reasons behind prescriptions vary by gender, severity, […]
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Canadian Market Projected Growth

  The total legal cannabis market forecast for Canada is to reach CAD$1.7 billion (USD$1.4B) in 2018, growing to CAD$7.7 billion (USD$6.1B) by 2025. The overall cannabis market (illicit + legal) forecast is for CAD$8.6 billion in 2018 (USD$6.4B), growing to CAD$9.2 billion (USD$7.3B) by 2025. While the forthcoming rollout of Canada’s adult-use market is […]
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Slowing the Tide of Imported Cannabis

  Reported interceptions of illicit cannabis by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection nationwide have fallen from 2.53 million pounds in 2011, to 861,231 pounds in 2017: a 66% decrease. The consistent declines inversely reflect increases in domestic cannabis production as more U.S. states legalize cannabis whether for medical programs, adult-use markets, or both. Year-over-year […]
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CBD Impact on Healthcare

  Wholesale prices in maturing U.S. adult-use cannabis markets keep declining, with the Average Market Rate (AMR) in Colorado falling to $1,012, half that of 2014’s market launch. AMR, which sets growers’ excise tax liability, varies across markets: In Nevada, the average flower rate is $2,268, more than 2x that of Colorado’s, while other markets […]
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Colorado’s Cannabis Wholesale Price Trends

  Wholesale prices in maturing U.S. adult-use cannabis markets keep declining, with the Average Market Rate (AMR) in Colorado falling to $1,012, half that of 2014’s market launch. AMR, which sets growers’ excise tax liability, varies across markets: In Nevada, the average flower rate is $2,268, more than 2x that of Colorado’s, while other markets […]
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U.S. Federal Cannabis Legalization = 1.04 Million Jobs

  New Frontier Data’s latest report, Cannabis in the U.S. Economy, shows that under full legalization, the retail operations sector would have the most jobs (364k), followed by administrative (229k) and manufacturing (166k) While these percentages were applied on a national scale, percentage breakdowns by sector will vary by region, dependent upon local rules and […]
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Federal Cannabis Revenue to Total $44B Through 2025

  As retail revenue continues to grow in legal cannabis, so will jobs, business opportunities, payroll and of course tax revenue produced for the federal government. Total federal tax revenue is estimated $2.9 billion for 2017. Tax revenue is expected to grow consistently reaching $6.7 billion by 2025. Roughly 200,000 jobs exist in today’s legal cannabis market. By […]
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Federal Cannabis Revenue to Total $44B Through 2025

  As more revenue is generated in the legal cannabis, there will be more jobs created, and more business and payroll taxes generated for the federal government. Roughly 200,000 jobs exist in today’s legal cannabis market (i.e., growers, processors, wholesalers and retailers), not including ancillary businesses. By 2025, projections anticipate 630,000 industry-specific jobs. Total estimated [...]
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California Consumers’ Spending Up

  With a reported 8.9 million Californians aged 18 and older regularly using cannabis, the state’s adult-use market ought dwarf all other U.S. markets. As seen in other legalized programs, Eaze’s 2017 State of Cannabis Data Report found that monthly spending by cannabis consumers from 2016 to 2017 increased across all age groups, to averages […]
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California Cultivation and Manufacturing Licenses

  So far, cultivation licenses are primarily concentrated in Northern California, with the top five producing counties (Humboldt, Santa Barbara, Mendocino, Monterey, and Calaveras) accounting for 74% of 1,256 cultivation licenses issued; Humboldt County alone hosts 20% of that total. Yet, the licenses issued up to now fall far below the tens of thousands of […]
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