One month after launching its CBD-infused beverage line Quatreau in the U.S., Canadian cannabis firm Canopy Growth Corporation announced that alcohol wholesaler Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits (SGWS) would distribute its CBD drinks throughout the U.S.
Canada’s Canopy Growth Corporation has launched its CBD-infused beverage line, called Quatreau, in the U.S. Available in four flavors — Cucumber + Mint, Passion Fruit + Guava, Ginger + Lime, and Blueberry + Acai — the new drinks have 25 calories, contain 20 milligrams of CBD isolate derived from hemp, and are sugar free.
New York-based Bimble Beverages makes a line of “chill sparkling drinks” infused with at least 25 milligrams of broad-spectrum hemp extract. Available in three flavors — Blueberry Lemon Ginger, Cucumber Melon Lime, and Grapefruit Basil Mint — Bimble’s bubbly beverages are made with a blend of clarified lemon juice concentrate, raw honey, and natural flavors.
Rhythm recently expanded its line of CBD-infused seltzers to include a third variety: Recover. Formulated with natural lemon and ginger flavors, 15 milligrams of broad-spectrum hemp extract, and turmeric root extract, Recover is fresh and inviting.
Molson Coors is now officially competing in the increasingly crowded U.S. market for CBD drinks. In a news release, the multinational beverage company said its line of non-alcoholic sparkling waters infused with cannabidiol (CBD), called Veryvell, were now being sold across Colorado.
Los Angeles-based Mad Tasty, founded by Grammy winning singer-songwriter Ryan Tedder, makes a line of sparkling waters infused with broad spectrum hemp extract. Available in three flavors — Grapefruit, Watermelon Kiwi and Unicorn Tears — Mad Tasty’s offerings live up to their name.
Cincinnati-based Queen City Hemp makes a line of CBD-infused seltzers that contain full-spectrum hemp extract. Available in four primary flavors — Blood Orange, Guava, Passion Fruit, and Lemon & Lavender — Queen City Hemp’s main line offerings contain just 5 mg of hemp-derived CBD and 0 calories.
Marijuana industry stakeholders will join attorneys from Burns and Levinson’s cannabis practice on October 29 for a half day conference on the state of the industry. Hosted virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Burns and Levinson’s fourth annual event will feature panel discussions and presentations with several prominent cannabis industry figures.
Rhythm is a line of CBD-infused seltzers that feature broad spectrum CBD and other functional ingredients. The product is available in two flavors – Grapefruit Rosemary and Blackberry Lavender – both of which contain 15 mg of hemp-derived CBD and just 5 calories.
At long last, Martha Stewart’s line of CBD products made in partnership with Canada’s Canopy Growth Corporation have arrived. In a news release, Ontario-based Canopy said the new line — which includes gummies, drop, softgels and forthcoming pet products — was “specially formulated by Martha Stewart, in collaboration with the cannabinoid scientists at Canopy Growth.”
U.S. sales of CBD are expected to grow 14% and reach $4.7 billion in sales in 2020, according to a new report from the Brightfield Group. However, growth in the CBD sector has been stunted by industry headwinds and other coronavirus-induced challenges.