High stakes: Growing cannabis player Curaleaf poised to capitalize if CT legalizes pot

By Kevin Zimmerman

Curaleaf, headquartered in the Bay State town of Wakefield, is already the world’s largest cannabis company by sales, with expected annual revenue this year of roughly $1 billion. That valuation is driven mostly by its high-profile acquisitions of Chicago cannabis cultivator and retailer Grassroots for $830 million in July, and of Oregon’s Cura Partners for about $400 million in February.

In March, Curaleaf acquired three Arrow Alternative Care dispensaries in Connecticut, including the one at 814 E. Main St. in Stamford, for an undisclosed amount. On Oct. 12 it announced it was rebranding the Arrow facilities – as well as the Grassroots Herbology dispensary in Groton – as Curaleaf dispensaries.

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