LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Six months after California made recreational marijuana use legal, the so-called “Weed Apocalypse” arrives this weekend, as tight state regulations going into effect on Sunday have dispensaries scrambling to unload non-compliant product.
But while the deadline is giving pot shop owners headaches, it is creating an opportunity for consumers. They are already anticipating deep discounts on their favorite marijuana products on what has been dubbed “Green Saturday” – for the color of cannabis – and for black market dealers.
“There’s going to be a lot of massive sales, a lot of retails fire-selling a lot of products,” said Nick Danias, manager of The Pottery cannabis dispensary in mid-city Los Angeles.
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