Maine, Missouri See Supply Issues And Market Optimism As Cannabis Marketplaces Come OnlinePosted by On


October saw the opening of several cannabis marketplaces in the United States.

Maine was the first to do so on Oct. 9 when its long-awaited adult use market came online. Missouri and Virginia followed suit on Oct. 17, with Virginia opening one hour earlier.

Virginia’s market expects to be a lower generating marketplace, offering just edibles, oils and single-dose vape cartridges.

Maine’s and Missouri’s market openings are more in-line with other state markets. While the two states face some similar challenges, each shows signs of promise in the months and years ahead.

Related links: RegTalk: Maine’s Adult Use Regulations Limit Industry’s Access To Capital

Maine Sees Positivity Despite Supply Concerns

The opening of Maine’s adult use market was delayed for four years — one of the longest waits a state has endured — due to legislative delays, infighting and the COVID-19 pandemic delayed.

Consumers and operators, alike, were frustrated. But the…

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