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  • Post Time Posted February 01, 2019
In a report released by Statistics Canada last week, P.E.I. Cannabis stores sold $2.1 million worth of product in the first six weeks of opening. The next highest per capita spending was in Nova Scotia, at $13.80 per capita. The report measures legal sales only.

The continuity of supply, as well as relatively easy access to four retail locations in the province, are factors in the success of P.E.I. Cannabis, said director of operations Zach Currie.

P.E.I. Cannabis began selling seeds two weeks ago. There are two varieties available and both have been provided by Canopy Growth. However, pre-rolls and edible oils have been two of the more popular products at the stores.

Source: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-cannabis-sales-1.4996830

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