Average sale during an inaugural month limited by supply shortages and in-store purchase limits was about $66, state records show.
In its first month, Maine’s new adult-use cannabis market reported $1.4 million in legal sales, according to state records.
Those records show 21,194 sales made at six recreational marijuana stores licensed to do business in Auburn, Bangor, Northport, South Portland and Stratton. That works out to an average transaction of about $66. About three-quarters of sales were for smokable flower, 14 percent were for concentrates and 10 percent were for edibles.
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