New York patients aren’t buying much medical marijuana

New York’s nearly 13,000 medical cannabis patients apparently aren’t enthusiastic about their purchase options at the state’s dispensaries. The first New York dispensary opened over a year ago, in January 2016, but only 10,250 patients have made a purchase and just 6,403 have been repeat buyers, Politico reported Friday. And it also doesn’t portend a profitable future for New York’s MMJ businesses, unless some dramatic changes are made to the program. One of the five New York licensees, PharmaCann, told Politico it’s using only 8%-10% of its production capacity because it hasn’t had enough patient ... New York patients aren’t buying much medical marijuana is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs