Cannabis has finally earned a seat at the table in America. According to a new survey, one in two Green Wednesday shoppers intend to gift cannabis products to a friend or family member this year, while 77% will consume cannabis with others on Thanksgiving. In fact, data suggests American cannabis consumers have become increasingly open about their cannabis habits, with 40% planning on consuming openly with family and friends this season, and 37% planning to incorporate cannabis into their annual Thanksgiving meal. One thing is clear: this Thanksgiving, cannabis is a family affair.

These findings are part of a national study conducted by real-time consumer intelligence platform Suzy in partnership with Ayr Wellness (OTC: AYRWF), a vertically integrated U.S. multi-state cannabis operator focused on becoming the most trusted producer of high-quality cannabis at scale. The nationally-representative study, conducted in November 2021, surveyed over 1,300 Americans on their cannabis consumption habits, beliefs, and purchasing patterns tied to the holidays and Green Wednesday—the industry’s second-biggest sales day in 2020, aptly dubbed the ‘Black Friday’ of cannabis. Findings suggest that cannabis is more mainstream than ever this year and a useful resource for managing family dynamics during the holidays.

Cannabis and the American Family:

  • 25% of Americans find seeing extended family for the holidays stressful.
  • 15% of all American parents will use cannabis to deal with holiday-related stress.
  • 76% of parents who consume cannabis will use cannabis to deal with holiday-related stress.
  • 69% of cannabis consumers will use cannabis to deal with holiday-related stress.
  • “Family gossip” is a leading Thanksgiving table topic people will get high to engage with this year, ahead of politics, money and religion.

“Over the past decade, cannabis has become increasingly ingrained into the fabric of American culture and tradition, with cannabis sales on Green Wednesday reaching new heights every year,” said Jonathan Sandelman, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Ayr Wellness. “At Ayr Wellness, we’re passionate about enriching lives through this powerful plant by meeting consumers wherever they are in their cannabis journey, from novice to expert. From flower to beverages, and from extracts to edibles, our new portfolio of power brands offers something for everyone.”

Indeed, American cannabis purchasing patterns continue to evolve as new brands, consumption formats and technologies empower a more diverse range of cannabis-inspired experiences. According to data from Akerna and Headset published in Green Market Report, in 2020, Green Wednesday cannabis sales beat Black Friday sales for the first time —with upward trends expected to continue this year.

Green Wednesday Purchase Intent:

This year, 60% of cannabis consumers intend to visit a dispensary on Green Wednesday, with 71% expecting to spend $50 – $100 or more on cannabis products for themselves or others.

Cannabis purchasing patterns by consumption format:

  • Flower: 29%
  • Pre-rolled flower (joints): 9%
  • Infused flower: 4%
  • Edibles / Beverages: 19%
  • Concentrates / Extracts: 11%
  • Cartridges: 10%
  • Topicals: 5%

With 65 dispensaries nationwide, Ayr Wellness offers one of the most comprehensive selections of cannabis on the market, with products and gifts for every kind of cannabis consumer.  The company is offering discounts, special promotions, and door prizes at its locations across the U.S.

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