Marijuana Smokers Munch out at McDonalds the Most
Wilmington, DE -- Pot smokers in cities and states where marijuana is legal prefer to pig out at McDonald’s over other fast food franchises according to a report out today from the Green Market Report.
Consumer Research Around Cannabis and the Green Market Report surveyed adults who legally smoked marijuana in Colorado, Nevada, California, Oregon and Washington, D.C. and found that 43 percent of respondents said they went to McDonald’s when the pot induced munchies hit.
McDonald’s was followed by Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Burger King and Subway in that order according to the survey.
Cynthia Salarizadeh, Co-founder of the Green Market report, writes, “As cannabis is known for its appetite inducing side effect, which is one of its most beneficial qualities for those suffering from diseases that hinder appetite or take medication that make it difficult to eat, understanding the spending habits of consumers is critical.”
The new report is part of a series of research market snapshots called “Cannabis Freakonomics” that covers data collected by Consumer Research Around Cannabis.
Recreational marijuana is not legal in Texas.