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CBD Unlimited and First Foods Group to Debut Hemp CBD-Infused Chocolate Edibles

Arina Paulson

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CBD Unlimited and First Foods Group to Debut Hemp CBD-Infused Chocolate Edibles

CBD Unlimited, a leading provider of CBD phytonutrient and nutritional products, announced today Monday, November 4, 2019, that it will be partnering with First Foods Group Inc. to produce cannabis-infused chocolate. First Foods Group is a producer of premium chocolate products and has a brand of CBD-infused chocolates by the name Southeast Edibles.

CBD Unlimited Inc. is an established cannabis company that offers a variety of hemp-extracted products ranging from pet products, CBD oils, Topicals, and capsules. All the company’s products serve common purposes, among them being pain relief and other therapeutic purposes. CBD Unlimited will play a crucial role in the distribution of Southeast Edibles since the company has a well-established loyal customer base. It will also help in the development of high-quality CBD infused chocolates.

The partnership is a symbiotic one since First Foods Group will also help in achieving CBD Unlimited’s long-term goal of expanding and re-innovating its product line. The agreement between the two companies listed the critical applications, among them being manufacturing services, funding options, and identifying unique food concepts. Under this partnership, First Foods Group and CBD Unlimited are hopeful of promoting the continuous development of the CBD chocolates with a variety of distinct flavors and varying concentrations of CBD Unlimited’s premium CBD. The cannabinoid is extracted from all-natural organically grown cannabis sativa plant and has THC concentration below 0.1%.

According to Harold Kestenbaum, Chairman and CEO at First Foods Group, CBD Unlimited’s customer base and the expansion of market access will give First Foods Group the requisite confidence to roll out their chocolate edibles to discerning CBD consumers, meet their preferences and demands, and deliver reliable and consistent dosages of cannabis-based ingredients. This makes CBD Unlimited the ideal partner for First Foods Group.

“We are excited to partner with CBD Unlimited to debut our new Southeast Edibles product line to the market. The standards and the approach of developing the high-quality cannabis chocolate edibles match CBD Unlimited’s scientific strategy of ascertaining the accuracy of the CBD doses in food products,” said Harold Kestenbaum.

Reports issued by Arcview Market Research show that CBD sales in the United States of America will hit the $20 billion mark by the year 2024. Since the forecast includes the rapid increase in CBD products into the market, the partnership is excited to invest in the market that now portrays a lot of potential.

“We are excited and longing to work with First Foods Group as this is an opportunity to leverage their expertise and knowledge in CBD-infused food technology and innovation. As we advance into the food category, First Foods Group will be a significant contributor to our company’s growth strategy,” said Todd Davis, the CEO of CBD Unlimited Inc.

Arina has a Master’s degree in Business and lives in Sydney, Australia and is one of our top contributors as a postgraduate qualified writer. While being a Member Of The Appraisal Institute, she focuses her writing efforts on health, home, business, technology and now cannabis/cbd here.

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