CBD is expected to be a $22 billion industry by 2022. This guide will give business owners the latest information about this growing industry to help them decide whether to cash in by carrying CBD products in their stores.
Demand is skyrocketing for CBD products — tinctures, creams and lotions, and edibles — that people are using to help with issues ranging from anxiety to pain to insomnia and more. Derived from hemp plants, CBD oil is safe, legal in all 50 states and non-intoxicating, which is why consumers are already using it to address health issues through natural, plant-based means. And the market is huge. Research firm the Brightfield Group predicts CBD will be a $22 billion industry by 2022. The time to get on board with selling CBD is now, but many retailers still have questions.
This guide will tell you what you need to know about selling CBD, including:
CBD research by Harvard, the National Institutes of Health, Medical News Today, Consumer Reports and others
The legality of CBD
Why the 2018 Farm Bill was important to CBD
Product features to look for and help you avoid less-than-reputable brands
The features to look for in any solid CBD product line
The major national retailers now selling or preparing to sell CBD products
By 2022 the CBD industry is estimated to hit 22 billion
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