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Retail Stores Poised to Benefit as Self-Care Market Grows

Premiumization and low online penetration sets self-care on a growth path.

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Consumers Trust CBD Manufacturers More Than Big Pharma

A CBD survey reveals that health and wellness trends are a key factor in consumer adoption of CBD product.

Sixty-three percent of Americans own a dog, creating an opportunity for retailers to find ways to bring dog-owning customers closer to the fold.

CBD manufacturer Charlotte’s Web grew sales by 45% in Q2, with more than half from brick-and-mortar stores such as Kroger and CVS.

The retailer says the items meet increasing demand from shoppers to have their four-legged family members in on the celebration.

Supermarkets could emerge as a top destination for the $6 billion greeting card industry.

The secret to CBD customer loyalty starts with understanding how people take this supplement.

The Lempert Report: Millennials tend to have very different household makeups when compared to other generations, and pets are no less than a member of the family.

Fresh pet food accounted for $30.3 billion of a record-breaking $72.5 billion in pet product sales in 2018.

A study from Acosta and FMI reveals best practices for increasing key HBC and GM sales.

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