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An informed staff is the starting point for educating consumers on the uses and potential benefits of cannabidiol products.
Beverages, topicals and gummies are popular, despite lack of FDA approval.
Sales climb of high-end, economical and fringe pet products.
Consumers turn to greeting cards for meaningful expression, a much-needed laugh and everything in between.
The Lempert Report: This year marks the first time hemp will be grown in Indiana as a commercial crop.
Consumers who are spending more time at home amid the pandemic are buying more treats and toys for their four-legged family members.
While the U.S. House of Representatives recently passed legislation that would decriminalize marijuana, the Senate may prove the stumbling block in the bill becoming law.
Shoppers in the category also gravitate toward the vitamin aisle.
Sales of treats—and those deemed "better for your pet"—increase, reflecting consumers’ desire to pamper their furry campions.
As consumers seek human connections amid the pandemic, greeting cards are seen as a safe way to connect. Meanwhile, COVID has sparked the greatest cleaning frenzy in the home care industry has ever seen.
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