Producers are currently sitting on over 300,000kg of dried weed that has not been prepared for sale – a massive oversupply considering that Canadians only buy around 13,000 kg of weed a month.
Shortly after Canada became the world's largest national adult-use cannabis market, severe supply shortages forced legal pot shops to shut their doors days after opening. Now, a year later, the Great White North is suffering from the opposite problem: government-operated cannabis wholesalers are now sitting on a massive stash of weed that they may never be able to sell.
Since the beginning of 2019, the unfinished inventory of dried...
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