BDS 2017 Brand Share Report Reveals Soaring Market Share of the Artisan Cannabis Product Manufacturer
Boulder, Colo. (February 26, 2018) – Wana Brands, one of Colorado’s original infused product manufacturers, continues to dominate the state’s marijuana infused product market. For the calendar year 2017, Wana Brands owned 17.33 percent of the overall Colorado edibles market, with its closest competitor at 9.97 percent. When drilling down into the gummie market in Colorado, Wana commands 48.16 percent of the market, with the next closest competitor at 18.16 percent, according to BDS Analytics’ 2017 Brand Share Report.
Wana Brands is known for its quality line-up of artisan edibles and medicinal products. In addition to its popular line of edibles, Wana offers the first extended release capsule on the market, available in three THC/CBD ratios. Wana products are currently available in Colorado, Nevada, Oregon and Arizona. The leading infused product manufacturer is projecting expansion into California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, as well as internationally in Canada. With a wide range of items, spanning from sweet to sour, Wana Brands offers its customers a variety in choice and consistency in quality.
“Wana Brands strives to ensure that our products offer customers what they need in effectiveness, quality and taste. We’ve invested in refining our recipes for the best results and have worked to create products that people can rely on,” said Nancy Whiteman, Founder & CEO, Wana Brands. “Each product is made with passion and with the end consumer in mind. That’s what has made us a leader in cannabis market, not only in Colorado but across the United States. We look forward to expanding Wana Brands and taking our infused products further in 2018.”
Wana Brands has gained continuous recognition for its product line-up, and was honored with NCIA’s Excellence in Innovation Award at the NCIA Seed to Sale Show in February. Wana Brands was selected as The Cannabist People’s Choice Award for Best Edibles/Consumables in January.
For more information on Wana Brands or to schedule an interview, please contact Shawna Seldon McGregor at 917 971 7852 or [email protected].
About Wana Brands: Enhance Your Life. Wana Brands leads the cannabis infused products industry in quality, consistency and potency. Wana products include a full line of edibles, including our market leading gummies and WanaCapsXR, a family of extended release cannabis capsules that provide symptom relief for up to 12 hours. Wana Brands is the No. 1 ranked edibles brand in sales revenue in the highly competitive Colorado market according to BDS Analytics. Wana products are also available in Oregon and Nevada, and has announced entry into Arizona and Illinois, with more markets readying for launch. For more information, visit www.wanabrands.com. Follow Wana on Facebook, Instagram,LinkedIn and Twitter.
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