Implementing the New Oregon Cannabis Rules Has Been Bad for Business

Dec 7, 2016 12:59:08 PM / by BDSA posted in Oregon, Edibles, News, Market Trends, Concentrates, Marijuana, Market

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By Tom Jones | BDS Analytics - Director of Analytics | December 6, 2016

Dec. 6, 2016—When Oregon implemented more stringent testing and packaging regulations for its nascent cannabis market on October 1, many in the industry speculated that the new rules would have a negative impact on the market. Now, with the availability of BDS Analytics’ detailed data for the month of October, we can objectively review the effect. Unfortunately, the numbers show that those pessimistic predictions were accurate. Oregon dispensaries’ cannabis sales dropped 8.5 percent from September to October, to $29.5 million, the first time the market fell below $30 million since May. (Sales spiked to $31.5 million in June when adult-use dispensaries began selling concentrates and edibles, and averaged $32.6 million per month July through September.)

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From Oregon Business Magazine: Northwest Regional Director Claire Kaufmann Dishes With Panel of Experts on the Future of Cannabis in Oregon

Oct 25, 2016 1:45:32 PM / by BDSA posted in Cannabis, Oregon, BDSA Staff Highlights, Claire Kaufmann, Marijuana, Jeremy Plumb, Business

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CAN OREGON BECOME THE CANNABIS CAPITAL OF THE WORLD?

By Kim Moore | October 25, 2016 | Oregon Business Magazine

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