Colorado dispensaries bought extra marijuana within the first 10 months of 2020 than they did throughout a record-setting gross sales yr in 2019.

October gross sales totaled greater than $199.7 million in October, pushing the state’s annual income to greater than $1.8 billion, in response to the Division of Income. By comparability, gross sales totaled about $1.75 billion in 2019, making this the best promoting yr since leisure weed hit the market in 2014.

Gross sales had been poised to crush the document following a number of profitable summer time months, regardless of the continued coronavirus pandemic. Colorado hit an all-time month-to-month excessive in July with $226 million in gross sales. That was additionally the primary time month-to-month totals surpassed $200 million.

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