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It was a genuinely wild week in weed, jam-packed with quarterly earnings. We covered releases from a baker’s dozen of cannabis companies over the past five business days. While not all of them released formal quarterly financials – Supreme released a forecast and MedMen only published unaudited revenue data – together they paint a picture of a sector still struggling to operate profitably as costs rise and realized prices fall. Below, we offer a breakdown of the single most important takeaway from each company we covered over the past week.


Supreme (FIRE-T)
MediPharm (LABS-X)
Village Farms (VFF-T)
  • All-in cost of production came in at just $0.65 per gram, among the lowest in the industry
The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD-T)
Tilray (TLRY-Q)
Acreage Holdings (ACRGF)
Sundial Growers (SNDL-Q)
MedMen (MMEN-CN)
Neptune Wellness (NEPT-T)
Canopy Growth (WEED-T)
Harvest Health & Recreation (HARV-CN)
Auxly Cannabis Group (XLY-X)
The Flowr Corporation (FLWR-X)
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