Sales and Product Distribution
A well-regulated cannabis industry will contribute to the Commonwealth, cities and towns, and citizens through economic development, job growth, tax revenue, and safe access to adult- and medical-use marijuana.
Marijuana Establishments and Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers offer tested products with detailed packaging and labeling information about product contents, statewide access for adults and patients seeking alternatives to the illicit market, and adult-use cannabis tax revenue for key initiatives including youth prevention campaigns and community reinvestment funds.
Adult-use marijuana specifically is subject to:
- A state sales tax: 6.25%
- A state excise tax 10.75%
- A local option tax for cities or towns: up to 3%
Under Massachusetts law, the sale of medical-use marijuana is not subject to tax, as long as patients present their Medical Use of Marijuana Program ID Card and valid government-issued identification at the time of sale. More information about marijuana taxation in Massachusetts is available here through the Department of Revenue.
All Cannabis Control Commission (Commission) licensees must register and trace their products using the Commonwealth’s seed-to-sale tracking technology of record. This dashboard provides a snapshot of aggregated sales data as of the date shown.
Additional datasets can be found in our Data Catalog.
Please note that all data is self-reported and adjusted for voided transactions. These datasets do not represent the Commonwealth’s tax earnings.
Adult-use Marijuana Retailer Year-To-Date Sales
Medical Marijuana Treatment Center Year-to-Date Sales to Patients and
Gross Sales Since Adult-use Marijuana Retailers Opened
Marijuana Treatment Center Gross Sales to Patients and Caregivers
Note: Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers began reporting sales information in the Commission's seed-to-sale tracking system in 2019. Previous year reports are unavailable.