Moffat County’s October Marijuana Sales Reach $1.2 Million

Moffat County reached a milestone in October, selling over $1.2 million in retail marijuana, contributing significantly to the state’s overall sales, according to the Colorado Department of Revenue.

County Comparisons and Standings

Moffat County’s recreational marijuana sales in October topped those in neighboring Routt County, which totaled $837,527 for the same time. Meanwhile, Eagle County surpassed Moffat County in sales, with $1.24 million.

Moffat County's October Marijuana Sales Reach $1.2 Million
Moffat County’s October Marijuana Sales Reach $1.2 Million

Statewide Trends and Milestones

Notably, Moffat County’s data did not include medical marijuana sales.

However, Colorado’s whole marijuana market grew significantly, reaching $1.3 billion in sales from the beginning of 2023 to the end of October.

This ongoing momentum has contributed to a total of more over $15.2 billion in marijuana sales since legalization in 2014.

Denver emerged as the statewide sales leader in October, with a remarkable $26.7 million in retail marijuana transactions.

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Moffat County’s outstanding October sales reflect to Colorado’s marijuana industry’s ongoing progress.

The county’s booming market, together with regional trends and statewide milestones, shows the state’s major economic impact and evolving cannabis landscape.

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