Long lines, high demand cause Illinois adult-use marijuana stores to ration flower, require customer appointments

A few weeks into recreational cannabis sales in Illinois, supply of flower remains tight, which is forcing many marijuana retailers to limit the amount sold to any one customer.

That’s to ensure retailers can serve as many people as possible, and some shops even require adult-use cannabis customers to schedule appointments.

Illinois cannabis retailers are required to designate all inventory as either for medical marijuana or recreational customers upon receiving it – and they also must have at least a 30-day supply on hand at all times for MMJ patients.

Some of the tactics marijuana retailers in the state are taking to address this issue include:

  • Designating Mondays for medical patients only.
  • Implementing a reservation system for recreational customers.
  • Curbing the amount of flower customers can purchase.

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