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Edible Arrangements Adds Incredible Edibles, a CBD-Infused Product Line

Bea Brooks

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Edible Arrangements is getting into the CBD business by offering a new CBD-infused product line. The new product line is called Incredible Edibles, and is infused with cannabis ingredients that are free of psychoactive ingredients, according to a CNN Business report.

Incredible Edibles has its own website. Therein, users can browse through the product options, which include Hemp CBD Packets and Pouches. The products contain the brand’s proprietary and federally compliant and fully traceable full-spectrum CBD powder derived from hemp. As the website explains, the powders can be used in existing recipes, without altering their taste or texture.

According to the CNN Business Report, the Edible’s Dallas-based store offers the CBD infused products, and that the company is planning to expand sales nationally to 200 stores to by the end of the year.

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