Colorado Sees Average Price of Wholesale Marijuana Rise in Second Half of 2018

Starting Jan. 1, Colorado will reap more tax revenue from wholesale deals involving marijuana intended to be sold to consumers after the average prices of those wholesale products rose in the latter part of 2018.

The Colorado Department of Revenue on Thursday released updated average market rates for marijuana being sold or transferred from retail cultivation centers to recreational pot shops or facilities that make retail products like hash oil and edibles. Those sales and transfers are subject to a 15-percent excise tax. Continue reading “Colorado Sees Average Price of Wholesale Marijuana Rise in Second Half of 2018”

Mandatory Testing Costly For Colorado Marijuana Growers

New mandatory marijuana pesticide testing in Colorado is putting a financial squeeze on local cultivators to the tune of thousands of dollars in increased costs.

The added expense is the latest financial blow to hit the state‚Äôs cultivators, which are already struggling with falling wholesale prices and a glut of product. Continue reading “Mandatory Testing Costly For Colorado Marijuana Growers”

Colorado pot sales hit a record $1.5 billion in 2017, and border towns saw a green rush from neighbors

Colorado marijuana shops raked in a record $1.51 billion sales of medical and recreational cannabis, edibles and concentrate products during 2017, according to Colorado Department of Revenue data released Friday. Continue reading “Colorado pot sales hit a record $1.5 billion in 2017, and border towns saw a green rush from neighbors”