Arkansas Cannabis Sales Surpass 6,000 Pounds; 22nd Outlet to Open
In Arkansas, the sales of medical marijuana surpassed a significant signpost in the middle of the month. In less than a year, 6000 pounds of marijuana was sold. And the business continues to roll in spite of the coronavirus hit.
The state released a cleared sign for 22 dispensaries out of 33 licensed ones, which started their services last week in West Memphis. The Comprehensive Care Group is already in the business and Body and Mind will soon open, according to the announcement made on their website.
This week, the overall sale of medical marijuana crossed a significant milestone as stated by the spokesman Scott Hardin informed Arkansas Business. In the month of April, the sales of medical marijuana surpassed 10,000 pounds. All in all, Arkansas has invested $63.37 million to obtain around 10,050 pounds of medicinal cannabis since the opening of dispensary in May 2019.
Last week, the sales of Green Springs Medical in Hot Springs, which is one of the most significant dispensaries of the state, surpassed the mark of 2000 pounds sales of medicinal marijuana, which rounds up to 20% of the total selling of the state. Suite 443 in Hot Springs sold 485,44 pounds since the shops opened, which is the highest-selling amount in the state.