Florida Hashish Market Replace: Firms Alter To Coronavirus As Demand Stays Sturdy

Released
March 23, 2020

| By

Craig Behnke

and

Michael Regan

Milligrams of THC sold in Florida remain strong despite the coronavirus crisis. Medical marijuana dispensaries in Florida are considered important stores to stay open during the crisis.

The full dataset and interactive diagram can be downloaded here.

Many Florida pharmacies have adapted to the new market realities by changing the way their customer lines work in store (minimum clearances are set), starting curb and express pick-up services, and increasing the home delivery service.

It is too early to draw any definitive conclusions about how marijuana sales might perform over the longer term, but sales data for the total milligrams sold in Florida is strong so far.

02/27/20 3/5/20 3/12/20 03/19/20
THC milligrams 92,471,004 104,223,608 90.884.120 126,036,098
Weekly percentage change -2.2% 12.7% -12.8% 38.7%
CBD milligrams 2,065,353 2,490,902 2,806,083 3,452,092
Weekly percentage change 7.0% 20.6% 12.7% 23.0%
Smokable Form (ounces) 25.264 23,089 26,331 36.387
Weekly percentage change -1.5% -8.6% 14.0% 38.2%
Total milligrams 273,589,687 270,354,437 280, 310, 404 387,374,477
Weekly percentage change -1.6% -1.2% 3.7% 38.2%

Note: Ounces in smokable form are converted to milligrams of THC, assuming a THC content of 25% per ounce of flower (1 ounce of flower = 7,087 milligrams of THC).

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