As cannabis concentrates become more widely available in Canada’, new products illustrate the variety of roles such merchandise can fill for producers. New roles for merchandise including premium concentrates aimed at cannabis users accustomed to black-market concentrates and simple concentrates created to entice consumers at relatively low price points. Early sales data from Canada’s concentrates market should be taken with a grain of salt. Limited product availability in certain categories means concentrate shoppers have far fewer choices than they will when once the market matures like refined cannabis products such as vape pens. Despite the lack of availability, Canada’s legal concentrate market is growing, a Seattle-based cannabis analytics firm, Headset shows category sales in Ontario grew from roughly 43,000 Canadian dollars ($33,000) in February to nearly CA$359,000 in July, representing market growth.
Marijuana Business Daily, 09/10/2020 09:00:20