Legal marijuana has reached a milestone of sorts in Massachusetts as sales of recreational pot climb over the $100 million mark.
According to the latest data from the state's Cannabis Control Commission, retail pot shops have sold $104 million worth of product since the first stores opened last November.
Nearly $7 million in total sales were reported last week, with customers spending an average of $41 per transaction.
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The increases reflect the steadily growing number of pot shops in the state, with 21 having now been awarded final licenses.
The first recreational store in Worcester, the state's second-largest city, opened Wednesday.
Massachusetts, however, is still likely to miss its forecast of $63 million in marijuana taxes in the current fiscal year due to the initially slower-than-expected rollout of retail stores.