Athletes have long used cannabis products to fight inflammation and recover from injury, but drug-testing rules and marijuana stigma have often kept it a locker-room secret.Read More
The Coca-Cola Co., the world’s largest beverage maker, is looking at a line of CBD beverages, the company confirmed Monday. “Along with many others in the beverage industry, we are closely watching the growth of nonpsychoactive CBD as an ingredient in functional wellness beverages around the world,” Coca-Cola spokesman Kent Landers said in a statement. “The space is […]Read More
Even the most delicious drinks packed with CBD won’t help a beverage company if consumers don’t pick up a bottle.
That’s why packaging, marketing and education are just as important as the beverage itseRead More
California’s booming CBD industry is in disarray after the state Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced earlier this month that CBD cannot be added to food, even if it comes from hemp.
“It’s a real punch in the stomach,” said Chris Boucher, who is growing 60 acres of hemp in Southern California, most of it destined for CBD extraction.Read More
A Florida company that makes CBD beverages is expanding into new markets in California, New York and Bermuda. Kona Gold Solutions announced the expansions last week, tapping California High Beverages to distribute the drinks in the San Diego area. Last month, Kona Gold lined up distribution deals in New York and Bermuda. Kona Gold Hemp […]Read More
When Prohibition was repealed in 1933, small, local brewers and distillers were the first to get back into the alcohol business. Today, the same scenario is occurring with beer, wine and spirits infused with hempseed oil, cannabidiol or cannabis terpenes.Read More
A Canadian company will expand into Colorado via a licensing agreement to put hemp-derived CBD products in Colorado dispensaries. Friday Night, which owns a medical marijuana cultivator and CBD company in Las Vegas, announced that its subsidiary, Infused MFG, will contract with concentrate manufacturer Denver Dab Co. Denver Dab will make CBD topicals, tinctures, supplements, vape […]Read More
Arizona-based Edibles maker Endexx Corp. is poised to expand into several international markets through a joint venture with Jamaica-based Go Green Global Enterprises, the firm announced Monday. Under the joint venture, Endexx will tap into Go Green Global’s distribution channels to sell its portfolio of CBD products in Canada, Europe, South and Central America and […]Read More
The co-founder of marijuana vape manufacturer Organa Brands is leaving to start a new company focused on hemp-derived wellness products. Ralph Morgan said he is still exploring a name and headquarters location for his new company, which will produce cannabidiol concentrates marketed to a medical audience, not recreational marijuana consumers. Morgan told Marijuana Business Daily […]Read More
Police seized boxes of CBD-infused gummy bears from an Alabama company that distributes products to convenience stores after receiving complaints the candies may contain THC. Authorities are testing several boxes of gummies taken Friday from American Wholesale Distributors, according to Birmingham TV station WBMA. A representative from the distribution company told WBMA the products contain only […]Read More
Canadian companies are getting a head start on the country’s marijuana-infused beverages industry, even before legislation has been introduced to legalize THC-added products. Companies are turning to cannabidiol, which does not have psychoactive effects and is already legal, to get a leg up on competitors. Recreational cannabis flower and oil are expected to be legalized in Canada by the […]Read More
A growing number of hemp companies are launching products aimed at the tattoo industry, from CBD patches marketed as pain relief to balms and creams designed to speed recovery, to expand their retail opportunities. “A tattoo, it’s basically just an open wound,” said Ali Munk, spokeswoman for Infinite CBD, a Denver company that makes hemp-derived […]Read More