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Lucy’s Market Ventures Into CBD Industry Via Its St. Lucille CBD Signature Brand

Jennifer Povey




Lucy’s Market has dominated the Atlanta market for a whole decade. The company’s products have been staple in Atlanta for vegetables, wines, fresh fruits, gits, prepared goods, décor, among many other products. Lucy’s Market has expanded its product line by creating a CBD brand, St. Lucille, that will begin its operations early next month.

The company began as a very small enterprise back in 2009. The founder of the Lucy’s Market Ventures Kim Wilson started as a Fresh produce stand at a gas station. As the market grew, Kim’s business expanded, and he moved into another location. Today, Lucy’s Market is located in a storefront at Andrew’s Square in Buckhead. Kim Named the company after his daughter and grandmother Lucy. Over the last ten years, Lucy’s Market has been able to attract loyal customers who often frequent their stores. The company has majored into the gift shop and farmer’s market that it is today.

Lucy’s Market new brand St. Lucille’s, which was launched on October 1, initial offer will be in the line of CBD oils. St. Lucille will be a leading brand in the cannabis market, offering high-quality CBD products in the market and improving people’s quality of life. The brand will provide full-spectrum oils with minor cannabinoids, zero THC, with Omega 6 and 3 that are present in the hemp plant. The oils have several benefits, among them being the ability to reduce inflammations, moisturizing the skin, reducing stress, and promoting healthy sleep.

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