The legal market for recreational cannabis in Vermont has only been up and running for about three months.
But the state has already seen rapid growth in the total number of licensed recreational dispensaries.
When sales kicked off near the beginning of October, just three dispensaries were able to sell.
But now, according to U.S. News & World Report, that number has grown to about 25.
Initial markets like Burlington, Rutland and Middlebury have now been joined by Vermont capital Montpelier and others.
Capital Cannabis, which opened in Montpelier in November, had its two biggest sales days recently, according to the report.
“We are developing a very strong loyal customer base already," Capital owner Lauren Andrews told the publication.