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Cannabis in Colorado: new sales record in 2021
With the start of 2021 and the first data collected, the spotlight was immediately on the new year’s market with great expectations, because if 2020 had seen a 25% growth over 2019, 2021 did not seem to be any less.
According to the Department of Revenue, in fact, in the first 31 days of 2021 alone, Colorado had already collected nearly $35 million in taxes on the sale of legal cannabis. Had the trend not taken a turn for the worse, we would have seen a new record at the end of 2021. And so it was.
In fact, 2021 saw a new record in terms of revenue and taxes collected from the legal cannabis trade and surpassed the previous year by +10%. According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, the star-studded state in 2021 collected over $423 million in taxes through the sale of medical and retail cannabis; over 36 million more than the 2020 record. Now, in total, the state has collected over $2 billion in taxes and revenue since cannabis retail sales began in 2014.
Specifically, the report compiled by the Department of Revenue showed that from January to November 2021, total sales exceeded $2.06 billion, almost 3% more than the same period in 2020. For the complete data on the past year, we will have to wait for the report to be released in February 2022.
With the newly shared figures for 2021, Colorado, from the legalisation of retail in 2014 to the present, has thus collected more than $12 billion in sales, confirming its place on the podium of the star states, along with California and Washington, with the highest number of revenues from the legal trade in cannabis.