Last week we started a new blog series – This Week in CBD. We took a look at some of the latest news and interesting stories in the CBD industry.
This week, we’re continuing our coverage of the CBD market, with our second installment of This Week in CBD.
CBD in the News
As the CBD industry continues its amazing growth, large retailers like CVS and Walgreens are starting to lead the pack in CBD sales. By 2023, market researchers believe these large retailers will control more than 50% of the CBD market.
You may have read an earlier article about a study that found CBD could cause liver damage. However, two CBD experts – including one from the famous Project CBD website – say that the study is misleading to consumers.
You most likely know American Eagle as a clothes retailer, but apparently that isn’t stopping them from getting in on the booming CBD industry.
According to the FDA, selling CBD-infused food and drinks is still illegal under federal law. But it’s not hard to find these CBD products on the shelves. This is an interesting article that looks at why companies are willing to risk legal trouble to get in on the CBD craze.
CBD has shown a lot of promise in a lot of areas, including stress and anxiety, pain and inflammation, and even epilepsy. However, a new study has discovered that CBD may have another important health benefit – acting as a natural antibiotic.
An interesting look into the current state of the CBD industry, and how businesses are working to meet the demand for CBD across the country.
If you work in the cannabis or CBD industry, then you know how difficult it is to advertise your product. Due to confusing laws and regulations, even hemp-derived CBD is difficult to market using common methods, like Facebook Ads and influencer marketing. This article takes an in-depth look at how CBD companies are getting creative with their marketing efforts.
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