CV Sciences expands distribution to Harris Teeter, The Vitamin Shoppe

CBD continues to mainstream as a grocery store chain in the South has picked up distribution of a hemp-derived extract and a national supplement retailer expanded its product range.

Harris Teeter, based in Matthews, North Carolina, announced Tuesday it will distribute PlusCBD Oil, manufactured by San Diego-based hemp and CBD company CV Sciences, in 150 stores in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Florida and Maryland.

The expansion brings CV Sciences’ distribution of its topical balms and roll-ons to more than 5,400 retail locations throughout the U.S., including CVS Pharmacy and Kroger Co.

Harris Teeter is a subsidiary of Cincinnati-based Kroger.

In September, CV Sciences also began selling PlusCBD Oil products at 383 Vitamin Shoppe stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

The Vitamin Shoppe added CV Sciences’ products to its range of hemp and CBD products, including the brand’s topical balm and roll-ons, as well as full spectrum hemp extracts including softgels, formula drops and complex sprays and capsules.

For more about the expansion, click here.

One comment on “CV Sciences expands distribution to Harris Teeter, The Vitamin Shoppe
  1. C.A. on

    Why is it that these big corporate manufacturers of CBD products can sell their products without any problems from regulators, while I’ve been trying to get into business only to be told be my state regulators that I don’t have their permission until the FDA rules are released, and be told which products CBD products I can manufacture?
    Why do big corporations get special treatment from regulators, while small businesses are being told that we can’t manufacture until the FDA says so?

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