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Cannabis Global’s Hemp Coffee Accepted for Sale on Amazon Marketplace

Abby Veronika



Cannabis Global’s Hemp Coffee Accepted for Sale on Amazon Marketplace
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The hemp extract and cannabinoids science company that develops infusion and deliver technologies for these ingredients, Cannabis Global, announced it has recently created the Hemp You Can Feel Coffee that has been accepted by Amazon for sale. As a result, Cannabis Global has started producing the coffee in mass. It’s also preparing for widespread distribution and sales. Amazon will start selling the coffee in June.

Hemp You Can Feel Technology

At the end of January 2020, Cannabis Global said it has filed a provisional patent on its Hemp You Can Feel technology that helps coffee pods manufacturers to more easily add active ingredients, cannabinoids and vitamins to their coffee pods. One other important thing to be mentioned about this patent is that it includes the Clean Label system. Clean Label involves using only organic ingredients and absolutely no preservatives, chemicals or surfactants. The company’s Hemp You Can Feel Coffee is going to be manufactured at high speeds and employ the new Clean Label system too. Besides, the company is also going to use its new dosing system that makes traditional dosing technologies useless, seeing it involves very accurate dosing and reduced production costs. Here’s what Cannabis Global’s CEO, Arman Tabatabaei, had to say about this:

“This is an additional example of how we are moving our IP into products to solve industry issues. Dosing single service coffee pods with hemp or other ingredients is a big problem. Incumbent practices are messy, expensive, and unreliable. Our internally developed, patent pending technology is easy to integrate into production systems and represents a comprehensive solution for all of these issues.”

Hemp You Can Feel Coffee Unique on Amazon

Cannabis Global thinks its Hemp You Can Feel Coffee is going to be unique on Amazon, especially when it comes to the Clean Label manufacturing system, which is something other hemp coffees being sold here don’t have. The coffee will also contain pure natural honeybee. Furthermore, the company is finalizing its Hemp You Can Feel sweeteners line and is planning to introduce new complimentary coffee products onto Amazon too.

Hemp You Can Feel Sweeteners Announced Last Month

The line of Hemp You Can Feel coffee creamers and sweeteners was announced last month. It’s going to feature 2 low-calorie sweeteners, 2 organic ones and 3 non-dairy coffee creamers in powder form. The Hemp You Can Feel technology that involved all-natural hemp infusions is going to be used for all these products. The sweeteners and creamers will be marketed together with the Hemp You Can Feel Coffee.

Abby Veronika is one of the leading researchers here and resides in Southern California where she is a student at a local college to study Communications. While she is a best-selling women’s romance novel author on Amazon, her real expertise and passion lives within the cannabis, health and nutrition space.

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