The study notes that "the legalization of recreational marijuana led to an increase in ice cream purchases by 3.1 percent, an increase in biscuits by 4.1 percent and an increase in chip purchases by 5.3 percent immediately after Beginning of the sale of recreational marijuana led. " This may seem small, but they are statistically significant and economically significant, "said UConn economist Michele Baggio, one of the study leaders, and the trend continued for Colorado, Oregon, and Washington.
The study found it interesting that purchases of ice cream and crisps declined slightly in the months after legalization, while purchases of cookies were still high, research has not addressed this discrepancy, but I like to think that biscuits make ice cream or chips so clear
Researchers have not included data from states such as Michigan, Maine, and Massachusetts for 18 months.
Are the Junk Food Nibbles Real? A Yale-led research study 2015 points to cannabis, which triggers neurons in the brain that promote hunger.
This latest study appears To support the existence of a real-world phenomenon that exists outside of Harold & Kumar's Go to White Castle.