BOSTON (AP) – On Tuesday, the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission released the combined gross sales totals from the retail establishments in Leicester and Northampton after the first week of adult-use marijuana sales (ending Sunday, November 25) in Massachusetts.
The two stores sold a combined total of more than $2.2 million the first five days they were open for business.
The stores in Northampton and Leicester began operations on Nov. 20 and combined sold $440,000 worth of cannabis that day. The busiest day was Friday after Thanksgiving when the stores reported nearly $480,000 in gross sales.
A total of 56,380 marijuana products were purchased during the initial five-day period.
The Commission did not issue a statement on the data at this time.
Future data sets will be posted to the Commission’s website under the public documents page at mass-cannabis-control, filtered by “Marijuana Establishment Data.”