MJ Unpacked, in partnership with BDSA, is a series of 3D virtual summits designed exclusively for cannabis retail and brand executives. MJ Unpacked delivers state-market specific actionable intel, best practices, and an exhibit of new products. Collaborate online with your peers to address your unique challenges and ignite innovation that keeps your business moving forward.

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MJ Unpacked, in partnership with BDSA, is a series of 3D virtual summits designed exclusively for cannabis retail and brand executives. MJ Unpacked delivers state-market specific actionable intel, best practices, and an exhibit of new products. Collaborate online with your peers to address your unique challenges and ignite innovation that keeps your business moving forward.…

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Cannabis Ingestibles cover a lot of ground, including everything from pills to slices of pie to bottles of THC-infused cold-brewed coffee. But one style of ingestible dominates the market: the gummy. During the first four months of 2019, 17 of the top 20 selling ingestible products in California, Colorado and Oregon were gummies. During the…

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Pre-rolled joints experienced huge growth during 2016, with sales of $158 million between Colorado, Washington and Oregon, representing growth of 149 percent compared to 2015. In Colorado, sales were up by 61 percent, in Washington by 278 percent and in Oregon by a jaw-dropping 282 percent. But so far, at least, 2017 is not turning…

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The dispensary marketplace is a lively bazaar, with established brands and entrepreneurs every day coming up with new products — everything from chewing gums to nasal sprays to CBD-packed concentrates and massage lotions. But the wide range of commercial innovations remain dwarfed, in terms of sales dollars and volume, by the thing that got this…

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We saw it last year for our big national holiday, and it visits us again (to a lesser extent) this year: 4/20 falls in the middle of the week (on Thursday). Sales on 4/20 itself, of course, are a big deal to the industry — last year Colorado consumers spent $7.47 million on 4/20, making…

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Among Colorado, Washington and Oregon, edibles ranked #3 in terms of market share of dollars sold during 2016, capturing 12 percent ($269.8 million) of the $2.33 billion cannabis market. Flower leads with 58 percent of the market, followed by concentrates at 20 percent. When it comes to edibles, consumers in different states are not uniformly…

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