Legal pot industry revenues are taking off

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Legal pot industry is flying high

Fox Business Outlook: Industry analysts expect the pot market to bring in $11 billion in 2018 and up to $21 billion in 2021.

The legal pot industry is taking off and that’s good news for states that are benefitting from legal marijuana policies. In 2017 the entire industry took in nearly $9 billion in last year. That’s comparable to the annual revenue Pampers diapers makes, or the entire snack bar industry combined. Industry analysts expect the pot market to bring in $11 billion in 2018 – and up to $21 billion in 2021.

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