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Connecticut recreational cannabis industry sales hit a new monthly high in September of more than $14.3 million, according to new information from the state.
Connecticut’s recreational marijuana market once again surpassed the sales totals of the prior month, with almost a $400,000 increase from August to September, according to data from the state Department of Consumer protection.
Overall, adult-use cannabis sales have now exceeded $97 million through nine months.
Medical marijuana sales were $10.8 million in September, down slightly from the $10.9 million in August.
In September, adult-use consumers purchased 376,035 products at an average price of $38.37. Medical patients purchased 284,116 products at an average cost of $38.21.
Adult-use cannabis sales began in Connecticut on Jan. 10.
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