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The retailer plans to use its position in Canada, where recreational use is legal, to achieve this goal.
The annual conference will feature additional show floor space as new exhibitors increase the demand.
E-Alternative Solutions introduces a full-spectrum CBD brand designed for the c-store consumer.
HTVA Expo 2019 showcases a changing tobacco category.
The product is formulated to provide pain relief for sore muscles, aching joints and chronic skin conditions.
Nielsen: Sales of all legalized cannabis in the United States will reach $41 billion by 2025.
Experts believe the market is poised to explode among both current and new users.
The all-natural, 100-percent hemp rolling papers deliver a clean smoking experience.
The convenience retailer gains a 9.9-percent ownership interest in Fire & Flower.
Fire & Flower Holdings Corp. operates retail stores, a wholesale distribution division and the HiFyre digital retail platform.
Although the FDA has yet to establish CBD guidelines for food and beverage, c-stores can profit.
There are clear consumer preferences in the states where CBD retail sales are now legal.
Comments from May 31 public hearing will shape future policy on the emerging category.
More than 140 locations will stock an extensive line behind the counter.
More than half of consumers aged 35 and up would consume such products for medical purposes.
Evo Hemp partners on this new coffee product with a functional twist.
The lineup includes vape pens, topical rubs, tinctures, drops and oral pouches.
Among other questions, the agency is seeking the answer to the effects of cumulative exposure on the consumer.
Twenty-two new products hit the market, including e-liquids, oils and beverages.
Consumers' hunger for snacks alongside legal cannabis consumption can present an opportunity for cross-selling.
Consumer interest in legal cannabis and CBD products is only expected to keep growing.
A new partnership with Harvest Health & Recreation will also include extensive training for store clerks.
Proliferation of cannabis products into the channel wouldn't change millennials' opinions of c-stores.
Nearly half of survey respondents said they were likely to replace some of their drinking with cannabis in the future.