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Cannabis Consumer Price Index: Executive Summary € August 2019 (released October 2019)

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Cannabis Consumer Price Index: Executive Summary – August 2019 (Released October 2019)

Mark Collins

October 8th, 2019

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The one-of-a-kind Cannabis Market CPI is a benchmark of retail sales pricing across cannabis products in select legalized U.S. markets. The index currently reports sales in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and Oregon, states that generated more than 60 percent of legalized U.S. sales in 2018. Underlying pricing data is the compilation of actual dispensary transactions captured by BDS Analytics’ GreenEdge™️ Retail Sales Tracking Platform.

The baseline of measurement represents the launch of adult-use sales in California in January of 2018. In order to standardize retail pricing data for Flower and Concentrates, all transactions are normalized to price per gram.

For Ingestible, Topicals and Vapes, sales are converted to a price per unit measure. BDS Analytics’ CPI is unique in its ability to index retail pricing across all product categories, a significant insight considering the rapid market growth largely driven by branded products in all categories.

BDS Analytics’ CPI for August 2019 stands at 104.01, representing less than two-tenths of a percent decrease from the trailing month. Compared to August 2018, the CPI average retail prices have declined nearly three percent. Year-to-date average retail prices have declined less than one percent.

Source: https://www.cannabisfn.com/cannabis-consumer-price-index-executive-summary-august-2019-released-october-2019/

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