Delta-8 THC vape firm signs national distribution deal with convenience store group

Consumers are about to see more delta-8 THC products stocked on retail shelves across the country, following an agreement between the nation’s largest network of convenience stores and retailers and DD8, a New York City vaporizer company specializing in the lab-created products.

The Asian American Trade Associations Council, a network of 80,000 independently owned gas stations, convenience stores and corner markets across the country, will distribute Dose of Delta-8 (DD8) products in key states where delta-8 THC products are permitted, according to a company statement.

DD8 is a division of New York-based Dose of Chill CBD.

The partnership with AATAC will offer training for store managers and associates, along with an educational campaign about delta-8 THC and other cannabinoids through in-store, dedicated shelf space and marketing promotions.

“We are very happy to be the first Delta-8 product to be approved by this prestigious association,” said DD8 Co-founder and CEO Kylie Halperin.

“The consumer and store feedback has been phenomenal, and we look forward to this partnership bringing DD8 nationwide.”