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 March 1, 2015

colorado marijuana 2014Late this week the Colorado Department of Revenue released a report with details and statistics about Colorado’s marijuana industry in 2014. The report is a treasure trove of charts, facts, and data. Below are some of the statistics that stood out to me. You can read the report at this link here if you want more information:

833 retail establishment licenses issued

1,416 medical business licenses issued

15,992 occupational licenses issued

109,578 pounds of medical flower sold

38,660 pounds of recreational flower sold

1,964,917 units of medibles sold

2,850,733 units of retail edibles sold

412,000 units of non-edible, infused medical marijuana products sold

359,000 units of non-edible, infused recreational marijuana products sold

Average of 300,000-320,000 medical plants cultivated each month

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  5 Responses to “Colorado 2014 Marijuana Industry Statistics”




    It just goes to show, marijuana is growing both in acceptance and in Colorado.


    DEA must be pissed they can’t terrorize innocent Americans.


    Hum.. and no weed crazed people jumping out of windows.


    Can we see a decline in pain pills next to these stats? My mother is on 390mil of Oxy for pain issues, but I wonder if CBD will work? She has been on pain killers for 15 years now (Doctors) and she pays 390 a month.

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