CBD in Retail

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Top Trends in CBD From Expo East

Consumers are looking to CBD products that can help them sleep more and stress less, said the CBD exhibitors at this year's Natural Products gathering in Philadelphia.

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Are Retailers Ready for the CBD Explosion?

Sales of products containing CBD have grown four times faster this year than CPG products overall, market analysts IRI and BDSA find.

Sky Wellness CEO Thom Brodeur shares five tips for grocers looking to grow their CBD game.

Viola, the Black-owned multinational cannabis operator on a mission to empower minority ownership in the industry, has partnered with the NBA legend to create an array of products and merchandise.

The new Wellness Pantry from Cultiva Wellness is not your typical chips and soda vending machine, says the company.

This year's Sweets & Snacks in Indianapolis is set to explore the rapidly changing world of cannabinoid-based confections.

Calgary-based High Tide, which operates 85 recreational cannabis retail stores in Canada, expands its U.S. presence with the acquisition of FABCBD

Elevated Cow from Caputo Cheese is one of the more interesting CBD-infused products to enter the marketplace of late.

Beverages, topicals and gummies are popular, despite lack of FDA approval.

An informed staff is the starting point for educating consumers on the uses and potential benefits of cannabidiol products.

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