These are Kitsap’s highest grossing marijuana shops

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Pacific Cannabis on Callow Avenue. Josh Farley photo.

Kitsap County’s legal marijuana marketplace is still in its infancy, but total sales now easily top $1 million each month and are growing rapidly.

The handful of shops approved over the summer are just beginning to compete with the four established stores opened last year. The Suquamish Tribe is expected to open a store within the next month.

Some of those new stores quickly climbed the ranks of top grossing marijuana businesses in the county.

Here’s a look at the top five recreational marijuana stores in Kitsap County in September, based on total sales reported: 

  1. HWY 420, Bremerton — $305,616
  2. Crock Pot, Port Orchard — $254,148
  3. Paper & Leaf, Bainbridge Island — $243,724*
  4. Greenway, Port Orchard — $164,788
  5. Pacific Cannabis Company, Bremerton — $161,890*

(* Opened in June 2015 or later.)

Sales reported by legal marijuana businesses are actually available for public inspection, for anyone who wants to spend a lot of time staring at Excel spreadsheets.

The state Liquor and Cannabis board publishes revenue so banks can check money deposited by marijuana businesses against revenue being reported to the state and flag potential fraud. Whether marijuana businesses can find a bank to take their money is another story.

The graphic below gives a more in-depth view of marijuana sales trends in the county:

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