As the cannabis industry continues to evolve, revealing data analysis by Zuanic & Associates sheds light on a captivating paradox: while flower sales have shown signs of growth, their dominance has waned, unveiling a changing landscape.

Over nearly three years, flower sales have bloomed by 62%, yet this surge pales in comparison to other segments that have grown fourfold.

Pablo Zuanic, by the way, will take the stage as a featured speaker at the upcoming Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Chicago on September 27 and 28.

Market Share Dip Despite Sales Surge and Price Deflation

Examining flower trends, the report notes that while flower sales have seen growth, the segment's share …

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